10 Sep '11, 1am

How China is Going to Own the Solar Industry

How China is Going to Own the Solar Industry

China’s big state-owned firms are generally less interested in small-scale, smaller-profit generation projects, so supporting those projects should open up new market opportunities for private enterprises.[8] This is an important competitive step for China’s solar power industry because, unlike the state-run giants, China’s smaller private enterprises have hard budget constraints and stronger incentives to innovate. Chinese leaders are betting that increasing private-sector participation will accelerate the overall market shift toward more advanced solar technologies.

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