iSupply's Mike Sheppard notes,
This trend and milestone is significant in that it opens the door for certain installations to potentially drop to $2 per watt, in what one hopes would be an important driver for stimulating demand. Not only could such a development ward off a drop predicted in solar installations for 2012.Read more: iSupply
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