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PE discretes sales to grow to $15 billion by 2020

4/3/2012 12:24 PM EDT
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re: PE discretes sales to grow to $15 billion by 2020
Uk.   4/4/2012 5:43:23 PM
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If R&D in the use of SiC can solve the problem of utility storage for renewable energy, then the estimate of $3.3b will be but a tip of the iceberg for the year 2012. CSP only needs to resolve the issue of utility storage to become a major global energy source. The sustainability of energy from the sun points to that source as the eventual source of energy for earthlings. It will be interesting to see the resolution of the global energy problem with its attendant environmental issues by application of energy-saving SiC technology in power electronics. Kudos to global R&D efforts. Rev. Ukaegbu Ogwo (Solartime Electric Ltd. Nigeria http://www.solartimeelectric.net)

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