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  •  - A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou

    A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou

    Posted: 3/20/2012 3:54:19 PM EST
    A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou, Liaoning province December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Sheng Li
  •  - A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou

    A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou

    Posted: 3/20/2012 3:53:48 PM EST
    A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou, Liaoning province December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Sheng Li
  •  - A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou

    A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou

    Posted: 3/20/2012 2:21:23 PM EST
    A worker cleans solar panels at a solar energy plant in Jinzhou, Liaoning province December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Sheng Li
  •  - File photo of Mike Jones as he standing next to solar panels on the roof of his home in Los Angeles

    File photo of Mike Jones as he standing next to solar panels on the roof of his home in Los Angeles

    Posted: 3/14/2012 5:02:30 PM EST
    Mike Jones stands next to solar panels on the roof of his home in Los Angeles, California in this March 18, 2011 file photo. The U.S. solar industry installed a record number of panels in 2011, more than double 2010, and is likely to see strong growth again this year, according to a new report. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
  •  - Glass windows with integrated solar panels are seen during opening day of International Trade Fair in Munich

    Glass windows with integrated solar panels are seen during opening day of International Trade Fair in Munich

    Posted: 3/14/2012 10:48:53 AM EST
    Glass windows with integrated solar panels are seen during the opening day of the International Trade Fair in Munich March 14, 2012. The fair opens today and runs till March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Solar panels are seen in the parking lot of a 1929 building in Los Angeles

    Solar panels are seen in the parking lot of a 1929 building in Los Angeles

    Posted: 3/14/2012 12:18:49 AM EST
    Solar panels are seen in the parking lot of 1929 building Walter J Towers, near downtown Los Angeles, California August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
  •  - File photo of an engineer walking through the installed solar panels of a newly inaugurated solar farm at Gunthawada village

    File photo of an engineer walking through the installed solar panels of a newly inaugurated solar farm at Gunthawada village

    Posted: 2/29/2012 4:25:52 PM EST
    An engineer walks through the installed solar panels of a newly inaugurated solar farm at Gunthawada village in Banaskantha district in the western Indian state of Gujarat in this October 14, 2011 file photo. The solar farm is Asia's largest, according to its developer Moser Baer Clean Energy. It is spread over an area of 305 acres and is expected to generate 52 million kilowatt hours of energy annually. GE Energy Financial Services, part of General Electric, fresh off buying a $100-million stake in a large U.S. solar power project, is looking towards India for its next solar investment. REUTERS/Amit Dave/Files (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo of a worker speaking on a mobile phone as he sits under the installed solar panels of a newly inaugurated solar farm at Gunthawada village

    File photo of a worker speaking on a mobile phone as he sits under the installed solar panels of a newly inaugurated solar farm at Gunthawada village

    Posted: 2/29/2012 4:25:37 PM EST
    A worker speaks on a mobile phone as he sits under the installed solar panels of a newly inaugurated solar farm at Gunthawada village in Banaskantha district in the western Indian state of Gujarat in this October 14, 2011 file photo. The solar farm is Asia's largest, according to its developer Moser Baer Clean Energy. It is spread over an area of 305 acres and is expected to generate 52 million kilowatt hours of energy annually. GE Energy Financial Services, part of General Electric, fresh off buying a $100-million stake in a large U.S. solar power project, is looking towards India for its next solar investment. REUTERS/Amit Dave/Files (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 2/28/2012 12:50:46 PM EST
    In this Feb. 14, 2012 photo, Dr. Valentin Abe, director of Caribbean Harvest, feeds fish in a tank where solar panels are reflected in the water near the Saint-Michel health center in Boucan Carre, Haiti. This lakeside village is getting its first hint of industry: a fish hatchery with pumps powered by solar power. The solar panels will also provide the town with a dependable electricity supply for the first time. The solar project is part of a broader effort to harness some of the $4.5 billion pledged to Haiti since the January 2010 earthquake to address one of the main bottlenecks in the country's development: a critical lack of electricity. Only a quarter of Haiti's 10 million people has regular access to electricity. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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    Posted: 2/28/2012 12:50:45 PM EST
    In this Feb. 14, 2012 photo, people install solar panels which will supply power to the Saint-Michel health center and a fish hatchery in Boucan Carre, Haiti. The solar panels will also provide the town with a dependable electricity supply for the first time. The solar project is part of a broader effort to harness some of the $4.5 billion pledged to Haiti since the January 2010 earthquake to address one of the main bottlenecks in the country's development: a critical lack of electricity. Only a quarter of Haiti's 10 million people has regular access to electricity. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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    Posted: 2/25/2012 6:20:58 AM EST
    In this photo taken on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012, Palestinian Jamil Elayan, 47, cleans a solar panel in the Al-Thala community, north of the West Bank city of Hebron. Electricity from solar panels and wind turbines has revolutionized life in Palestinian herding communities that Israel won't connect to the grid: machines instead of sticks churn goat milk into butter, refrigerators store food that used to spoil and children no longer have to hurry to get their homework done before dark. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)
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    Posted: 2/25/2012 6:20:57 AM EST
    In this photo taken on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012, a Palestinian woman carries a bucket of water next to solar panels in the Al-Thala community, north of the West Bank city of Hebron. Electricity from solar panels and wind turbines has revolutionized life in Palestinian herding communities that Israel won't connect to the grid: machines instead of sticks churn goat milk into butter, refrigerators store food that used to spoil and children no longer have to hurry to get their homework done before dark. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)
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    Posted: 2/25/2012 6:20:57 AM EST
    In this photo taken Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012, a Palestinian woman and children walk in front of solar panels in the Al-Thala community, north of the West Bank city of Hebron. Electricity from solar panels and wind turbines has revolutionized life in Palestinian herding communities that Israel won't connect to the grid: machines instead of sticks churn goat milk into butter, refrigerators store food that used to spoil and children no longer have to hurry to get their homework done before dark. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)
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    Posted: 2/24/2012 5:05:52 PM EST
    FILE - In this March 20, 2001 file photo, a view from the back of Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and studio, also known as Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, Ariz., is seen. A National Historic Landmark designed by Frank Lloyd Wright with nature in mind is getting even more nature-minded _ with 4,000 solar panels and other changes to reduce or eliminate its $200,000 a year energy bill. Sean Malone, president and chief executive officer at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, tells The Associated Press the changes to the 500-acre Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Ariz., is consistent to its commitment to organic or sustainable architecture. (AP Photo/Jason Wise)
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    Posted: 2/24/2012 5:05:52 PM EST
    FILE - In this March 20, 2001 file photo, Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home is seen in Scottsdale, Ariz. A National Historic Landmark designed by Frank Lloyd Wright with nature in mind is getting even more nature-minded _ with 4,000 solar panels and other changes to reduce or eliminate its $200,000 a year energy bill. Sean Malone, president and chief executive officer at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, tells The Associated Press the changes to the 500-acre Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Ariz., is consistent to its commitment to organic or sustainable architecture. (AP Photo/Jason Wise, file)
  •  -  To match Analysis SOLAR/CPV

    To match Analysis SOLAR/CPV

    Posted: 1/18/2012 3:27:23 PM EST
    Amonix solar panels are reflected in a pond at the Lyle Center on the Cal Poly Pomona campus in Pomona, California January 17, 2012. A fledgling but fast-growing solar technology, also known as concentrating photovoltaics, or CPV, that multiplies the sun's power up to many hundreds of times promises to deliver cheaper electricity than traditional panels and has received the backing of some major industry players. Amonix's CPV solar panel cells, currently being tested at the Lyle Center, has quietly emerged in the last year as the solar panel market's fastest growing technology. Picture taken January 17, 2012. To match Analysis SOLAR/CPV REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENERGY)
  •  - A worker walks in between solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva

    A worker walks in between solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva

    Posted: 1/12/2012 1:44:27 PM EST
    A worker walks in between solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva October 11, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
  •  - Solar panels sit on the roof of SunPower Corporation in Richmond

    Solar panels sit on the roof of SunPower Corporation in Richmond

    Posted: 12/23/2011 10:38:49 AM EST
    Solar panels sit on the roof of SunPower Corporation in Richmond, California March 18, 2010. REUTERS/Kim White
  •  - A worker walks in between solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva

    A worker walks in between solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva

    Posted: 12/23/2011 9:38:50 AM EST
    A worker walks in between solar panels on the roof of the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva October 11, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
  •  - To match insight SOLAR-SHAKEOUT/

    To match insight SOLAR-SHAKEOUT/

    Posted: 12/23/2011 2:31:43 AM EST
    David LeSuer (L), director technical field operations of SkyFuel, and Alison Mason, director of marketing of Reflectech, walk beside a SkyTrough parabolic-shaped solar collector in Arvada, Colorado in this April 29, 2009 file photo. Only four years ago, hundreds of start-ups optimistically built factories and churned out solar panels to meet rising demand. Now, closures and failure loom for many. The brutal shakeout is a dramatic reversal for an industry that has seen overall global growth of more than 30 percent annually over the past decade and this year will reach new records for solar panel sales. To match insight SOLAR-SHAKEOUT/ REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)