Global Solar Demand Monitor: Q2 2018
Q3 2018 will see the lowest quarterly level of global PV demand since 2015, almost entirely attributable to China, as feed-in tariffs for utility-scale projects have been withdrawn and DG projects are capped at 10 GW. Demand in Q4 will rise by 42% as the Chinese market begins its recovery and the U.S. sees its strongest quarterly installations of the year.
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