January 2013
Solar Today;
In this article, the author discusses the factors responsible for the stoppage of the growth of the solar energy business, renewable source of power. The author explains that the slow economy and slow improving are the factors that prevent out-of-control growth of the solar business. The author mentions that the implementation of solar power resources and mentions that it is a mature, stable and fully commercial technological innovation.


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