24 Jun '18, 11pm

Risky Business: Could Low Prices Kill #Solar in #Mexico?

Risky Business: Could Low Prices Kill #Solar in #Mexico?

For this extensive analysis of the current state of Mexico's solar development market, local expert Adam Critchley collected a wide range of industry perspectives by consulting representatives of the Durango State Government, Atlas Renewable Energy, Gamesa Electric, BayWa r.e., Jinko Solar, NEXTracker, Scorpius Trackers, BSW Solar, Siemens, ISDMex, WRB Energy and Sonnergía.

Full article: https://www.solarplaza.com/channels/markets/11838/risky-b...

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