In the solar week that was, the Senate's support for renewable energy tax breaks was surely the brightest bit of news. But there's plenty more to report. Let's get right to the roundup.
On Monday, we learned that GT Solar
Mighty Moser Baer announced a hefty thin-film contract with German integrator Ralos Vertriebs, the same company that lined up $750 million worth of modules from Evergreen Solar
Speaking of thin-film, Sharp dropped this stunner on Wednesday: The company's gunning for 50% market share in thin-film solar by 2012. At that time, Sharp thinks thin-film cells will constitute 40% of global solar demand. I told you to watch out for this sharp elbow to your solar stock. This company is not to be underestimated.
Also on Thursday, Canadian Solar
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