Solar business development

"Companies are trying to convert and the Chinese are making a huge play for solar now, more so than the United States," Beadle says. "There are even companies who will lease out the solar equipment so that businesses can transition without the huge expense of buying all of the solar technology needed."<br>
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(Above: Solar Integrators Matt Vester, left, and Matt Bart, right, from Solar Services install solar panels on a customer's home in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100501350000" title="Des Plaines" href="/topic/us/illinois/cook-county/des-plaines-PLGEO100100501350000.topic">Des Plaines</a>, Ill., on Wednesday, January 13, 2010.)

( Tribune file photo / January 13, 2010 )

"Companies are trying to convert and the Chinese are making a huge play for solar now, more so than the United States," Beadle says. "There are even companies who will lease out the solar equipment so that businesses can transition without the huge expense of buying all of the solar technology needed."

(Above: Solar Integrators Matt Vester, left, and Matt Bart, right, from Solar Services install solar panels on a customer's home in Des Plaines, Ill., on Wednesday, January 13, 2010.)

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