5.8% . P -5.2% . Z -4.6% . TRLA -4.8% . ATHM -7.9% . BITA -7% . DANG -5.9% . WB -5.3% . Solar: FSLR -4.5% . SCTY -7.5% . SPWR -4.5% . DQ -7.6% . JKS -5.5% . ASTI -6.3% . ENPH -5.5% . CSIQ -4.8
s electrical grid much more lucrative for the operators and will cause prices of solar components to rise. CSIQ +2.6% , CSUN +7.4% , YGE +3% , FSLR +1.7% , SPWR +0.8% , JASO +2.4% , SOL +5.4% . Post your comment!
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