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PV Tech Newscast 22 April 2014 (05:39)

This week the IPCC proclaims solar as the most feasible climate change mitigation technology, Ernest Moniz creates a boost for US commercial-scale solar, IHS declaim the need for module panic buying in the run-up to the anti-dumping announcements, and Chaori Solar shut down their Shanghai plant.


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