Conglomerates in solar have seen brighter days

Recently, European industrial Siemens announced intentions to withdraw from the solar industry – specifically, to sell off previously acquired solar thermal component developers Solel (see the August 14, 2008 LRSJ) and Archimede Solar (see the October 28, 2010 LRSJ). Solel's former chief executive i...

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