U.S. CASE emphasizes real challenge for solar is grid parity not Chinese cells

On October 4th, 2012, Lux Research attended the U.S. Coalition for Affordable Solar Energy (CASE) media briefing following the October 3rd, 2012  International Trade Commission's (ITC) hearing on imported Chinese cells that has been brought forth by the German-based SolarWorld and other anonymous co...

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