You Make the Call: Will the Sun Continue to Shine for First Solar?

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  1. Glenn Paul says:

    First Solar is still just a panel manufacturer. In my opinion there has been very little consolidation within the sector. Would like to see them start in building solar structures, building integration, electrical grid integration solutions, power storage. Some diversification!


  2. Michael F. says:

    The government should continue with subsidies for the solar industry while removing those for Big Oil. That would be the intelligent action for the government. If the weather patterns have not convinced you that we have to get off carbon-based energy, I don’t know what will. One just has to open one’s eyes and go outside out of air-conditioned areas and feel the heat. Continued use of carbon-based energy most probably will have dire consequences to every living thing on the planet. There are more important things in life than having money, gold, and all the possessions one can get hold of.


  3. Jesus says:

    I think we are approaching a point where despite the powerful oil, coal, and gas industries lobbying efforts, governments will all have to promote moving away from hydrocarbon based economies. Climate change is upon us and no matter who refutes that we are causing it, governments will have to take action. Subsidies, mandates, incentives, and whatever other means will become increasingly justifiable. For the investor, timing, resilience, and luck, I think, are the keys to a profitable investment in alternatives such as solar energy.


  4. Todman says:

    Government subsidies should not be continued! Let the free
    market decide what companies succeed or fail.


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