Solar Market Size Update 2014: Reform for the Long Haul

The solar demand market grew to 37.5 GWp in 2013, despite global trade turmoil and continued changes to incentive programs. Though the European demand market continues to flounder, significant growth in China, along with more modest growth in the U.S. and many emerging markets, more than compensated...

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