Kent Moors submits:
Solar energy – as an investment sector – has long labored under the assumption that breakout prospects are dependent upon a few small start-up companies that have insufficient working capital and miniscule share prices.
That may be true in some areas of the technical advances that reduce costs, increase energy harvesting, or provide the myriad breakthroughs necessary for the development of a genuine storage apparatus.
But that is not the case when it comes to simply producing the main components of solar capture technology.
Better-known (and among the largest) players are already moving into solar energy – and doing so both here and abroad. And every time we see new evidence of that, it’s an encouraging development, both for solar energy prospects and the investment sector developing around them.
That’s because no energy source can expand market presence, attract the significant investment necessary to develop as a genuine alternative source,
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