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    Thursday, August 29, 2013

    THE BIG PLAYERS IN WORLD SUN

    First Solar and Sharp Delay Chinese Global Domination of Solar PV Industry

    Finlay Colville, August 22, 2013 (SolarBuzz)

    “Chinese solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers are now the leading module suppliers to seven of the top 10 geographic regions, based on shipment rankings for the twelve month period ending June, 30 2013…Only First Solar (with leading market-share in the U.S. and India) and Sharp (with leading share in Japan) are preventing Chinese suppliers from dominating in all global regions…[T]o 2005, Western and Japanese solar manufacturers dominated…[Now] Yingli, Suntech, Trina, and Canadian Solar hold the leading positions across seven of the 10 key regions…Within China, the largest market for 2013, Chinese suppliers command almost 100% market share…[In] Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, and Emerging Asia, there has been strong competition from…Conergy, Sharp, REC Solar, SolarWorld, and Kyocera…” click here for more

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