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Solar PV: Production skyrockets to 6.1B MWp in 2008 and is expected to grow another 40% in 2009. WildPhotons: Nothing is really over until you stop trying.

  2009      Nov 30, -0001
Oil prices may be falling but demand for solar cells continues to grow unabated. Growth for 2008 was almost a doubling. China passed Europe as the leader in solar cell manufacturing capacity, showing China’s intense interest in this technology. But there is a potential solar glut on the horizon Nevertheless, 40% growth is nothing to sneer at these days. PV Solar Cell and Module Manufacturing Equipment demand remains strong, which is set to surpass $7B in 2009. The fastest growth will be in...
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