Shipments to large, utility-scale solar farms may get priority over smaller, rooftop systems, threatening one of the industry’s fastest-growing markets. “The cell and module glut has certainly dried up,” said Stefan de Haan, a solar analyst at IHS Inc. “There is no massive overcapacity anymore.
Scarcity will benefit the biggest manufacturers, including China’s Yingli and Trina, Bloomberg says, with a shortage may slow development outside the top markets in Asia and North America if suppliers favour their largest customers.
The solar industry is facing a looming shortage of photovoltaic panels, reversing a two-year slump triggered by a global glut, Bloomberg reports.
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