Based on a previous discussion, it appears panels are being sold at less than 10% of their raw material cost. What is making up the difference?
Edit: The answer seems to be that... solar is viable as long as silicon is below about $50/kg. Which is odd considering panel prices were roughly the same in the late 2000s yet silicon was much higher.
Edit 2: Were getting contradictory statements on solar costs from energynumbers. Establishing a Small Commercial Solar Plant