September 3, 2019 by email@example.com
(Source: PV Magazine) The estimate that China will race from a relatively subdued 11.4 GW of new solar capacity during the first six months of the year to 40 GW by year-end has been widely bandied about. The first-half figures published by solar manufacturer Solargiga on Friday tell a familiar tale of hope resting on a rebound in the world’s biggest solar market widely that is expected to start this month. Read full article….
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