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SolarCity Set to Shine as First Solar Absorbs More Heat Videos 3:09 mins

First Solar is up more than 30% in 2014, while SolarCity is losing 2%. But TheStreet senior contributor Dan Dicker tells Joe Deaux that he expects more upside in the longer term for SolarCity as the solar panel space shifts to individual rooftop panels from large industrial projects. Dicker says investors should consider holding SolarCity as part of their portfolio. Shares of First Solar were surging more than 7% on Tuesday, while shares of SolarCity were gaining more than 1%.

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