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We need new solar supply chains. Here's why

Currently, more than 80% of solar panel production – in all phases – is concentrated in China, and that figure could soon reach 95% for some fundamental components. Image: Anders J/Unsplash

Francesco Starace
Chief Executive Officer and General Manager, Enel
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