First Solar and SunPower overcome the Great Wall, set up roots in China

Though dominant crystalline silicon (x-Si) Chinese manufacturers are expected to satisfy the majority of the fast-growing Chinese demand market, two differentiated American suppliers are making plays to secure a foothold there as well, through partnerships with domestic companies.

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