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TSMC solar partner builds U.S. plant

1/4/2011 05:29 PM EST
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katgod
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katgod   12/21/2011 2:09:11 AM
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Is this solar technology more economical then what first solar is doing because many people seem to be questioning first solar's business prospects. I am not sure if those questioning the viability of first solar are correct but I would like to hear why this company will do better.

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StephenWL   1/5/2011 4:27:34 AM
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new2coding, Would you explain the assumptions behind relationship between panel efficiency and funding costs?

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jmorton14   1/5/2011 3:03:18 AM
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i get you new2

apummer945
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apummer945   1/5/2011 1:09:35 AM
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Once upon the time I used to work for a company, which was created to provide jobs for the cost you would be able to send the whole company into retirement, the whole spook lasted for two years....

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RogerMel   1/4/2011 11:28:17 PM
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Stion has 3 panels ranging from 10.0 to 11.8% efficiency.Don't be so angry, just look it up.

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