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First Solar Financing Pact vs. Rough Sector Call From Goldman Sachs (FSLR) - Homemade DIY Solar Panels

First Solar Financing Pact vs. Rough Sector Call From Goldman Sachs (FSLR) - Homemade DIY Solar Panels

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First Solar Financing Pact vs. Rough Sector Call From Goldman Sachs (FSLR) - Homemade DIY Solar Panels
Use the Solar Panel Do-it-yourself Guides to build a Cheap Yet Highly Efficient Solar Panel at home Yourself Easily. Even a 15 year old can easily do it using the Complete Guide. Even build a windmill easily! DIY Guides are hugely popular. Build Homemade Solar Power Panels. Read on..
First Solar Financing Pact vs. Rough Sector Call From Goldman Sachs (FSLR) - Homemade DIY Solar Panels
Use the Solar Panel Do-it-yourself Guides to build a Cheap Yet Highly Efficient Solar Panel at home Yourself Easily. Even a 15 year old can easily do it using the Complete Guide. Even build a windmill easily! DIY Guides are hugely popular. Build Homemade Solar Power Panels. Read on..

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First Solar Financing Pact Vs. Rough Sector Call From Goldman Sachs(FSLR)A new 53 megawatt PV solar power plant is being built in Germany by FirstSolar, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSLR) and its German partner Juwi Holding AG.Construction began in January and is expected to be complete by the end of this year. The partners announced this morning that they have securedfinancing for the project, about 80% of which is non-recourse debt from aconsortium of banks. This might be great news on any normal day, but thesolar sector in Europe is suffering a downgrade from Goldman Sachs.The site for the plant is a former Cold War military zone, and the ground issupposed to be strewn with land mines, grenades, and other munitions,which will all be cleaned up as part of the project.The project covers 162 hectares of land (about 400 acres) and will provideenough electricity to power 14,000 homes. It is the second-largest PV solar  project in the world.First Solar and Juwi Holding plan to sell a majority of the plant once theconstruction is completed. No cost for the plant was announced.Germany is Europe’s leading installer of PV solar power generation, but thesolar industry is not faring well in the current economic climate. GoldmanSachs today downgraded several German solar players, including SMASolar Tech and SolarWorld to ‘Neutral’, and Q-Cells to ‘Sell’.First Solar shares are down less than 1% in pre-market trading, at $137.50.The stock’s 52-week range is $85.28-$317.Download Solar Panel Do-it-yourself Guide

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