During the second half of 2013, the demand for solar energy is expected to reach 22 Gigawatts - an improvement of 22% from last year. In recent times, the demographics of solar product demand have also been altered because the European Union imposed massive anti-dumping protectionism policies to prevent solar panel prices from crashing. The main instigator of such low cost solar panel production was of course none other than China, since low polysilicon prices allowed the country's producers to enlarge the gap between an increasing supply and a gloomy demand.
With the European Union's protectionist policies in place for the foreseeable future, solar panel producers now aim to diversify their customer base on a global level. One particular...
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