OPINION: Asia could help ease solar's woes

For companies struggling to make money in markets burdened with overcapacity, developing new markets is an obvious solution.

It is a route that is increasingly being taken by solar companies, several of which see Asia as the answer to their woes.

Juwi, Trina, ReneSola, Saint-Gobain and GL Garrad Hassan all opened offices in Singapore last week, from where they hope to win new customers in growing markets such as Thailand, India and Japan.

It could be a good move when you weigh the region’s growth prospects against its energy resources.

As a former director of the International Energy Agency, Nobuo Tanaka, pointed Log in to read complete article.

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