(October 28, 2009) Annie Hazlehurst, graduate student at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and in the E-IPER program, discusses the current state and future of the solar photovoltaic industry from an economic and business perspective with a specific focus on when the price of photovoltaic-generated electricity will be competitive with other generation methods.
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources
Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
Tagged under: economics,photovoltaics,solar power,grid parity,energy industry
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