August 14, 2022

Global furnish chain squeeze, hovering fees threaten photo voltaic power boom

LOS ANGELES/SHANGHAI/BEIJING June 9 (Reuters) – Global solar power developers are slowing down project installations because of a surge in costs for components, labor, and freight as the world economy bounces back from the coronavirus pandemic, according to industry executives and analysts interviewed by Reuters.
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