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Quarterly analysis of PV manufacturing capacity expansion plans

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By Mark Osborne, Senior news editor, Photovoltaics International

This report focuses on expansion announcements in the third quarter of 2015, which was expected to be the low point in new capacity expansion announcements. Momentum seen during the first half of the year, however, carried through, and so a full nine-month analysis is also provided, to further characterize developments in 2015.

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