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re: The capitalist case for solar power
george.leopold   10/19/2012 8:50:38 PM
At this point, it's all about a rebound in average selling prices for panels. There was a bit of good news this week: There was a report out of China that Beijing is considering ways of supporting the domestic solar industry. I guess that's part of the Communist, command economy "case for solar power," but anything that increases global demand could help reverse the current slide in prices.

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