Intersolar North America notes: Thin-film panelists dish on performance

At Intersolar North America, we moderated a panel of representatives from notable thin-film module suppliers, where each spoke about its progress in scaling while improving performance and becoming more bankable. Here are the highlights:

Greg Ashley, COO and VP of Solar Frontier Americas, noted how...

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