Carlsbad, CA, March 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The latest issue of Energy Digital is free online for business Executives in the energy industry.
The solar industry has received a lot of attention over the last year, which has proven to be both a good and bad thing. Among some drastic ups and downs in the sector, Chinese mass manufacturing and the fallout of many large players, the solar arena is a Darwinian marketplace for most. Does the U.S. still have a chance in leading the global solar market? According to leaders from last month's Solar Power Generation 2012 Conference, the answer is yes.
What's more? Other US companies are working on technologies that could shift the competitive scope of the industry yet again. Magnolia Solar's nano-approach to solar could bring costs down and efficiencies up dramatically.
Without losing sight of the crucial fossil fuels that power the majority of the world's population, nuclear energy, uranium mining and the pressures from Iran's threats to close the Strait of Hormuz are increasingly hot topics. Until renewables catch up, the decisions made in these sectors will have much greater implications in terms of the current global energy situation—all politics aside.
Read these features and learn more at: http://www.energydigital.com/magazines/10520
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