The solar shakeout's likely buyers

In light of China's 12th Five-Year Plan calling for capacity expansions for major solar suppliers (see the March 1, 2012 LRSSJ), consolidation in the industry is highly likely. However, whether the broader solar industry sees consolidation under few, large solar players or incumbent energy producers...

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