Consolidation: Who, when, and where?

During a conversation earlier this week with Motech's VP of sales and marketing, Derik Botha, Motech decisively dispelled popular rumors that Motech would acquire its fellow Taiwanese cell manufacturer Neo Solar Power. However, consolidation in the solar industry is inevitable, due to the industry s...

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