Shell Announced it may go Solar

PV Magazine Australia reported that Shell may be venturing into renewable energy.

The Anglo-Dutch oil and gas company has acquired a few solar investments, including a percentage of Silicon Ranch, First Utility and Sunseap.

Shell’s Sky report presents a strong role for solar in the future and models photovoltaic growth rate.

Click here to read the full story on PV Magazine Australia

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