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LDK expands cell capacity

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LDK Solar Co., Ltd. has expanded its annual photovoltaic cell capacity to 570 megawatts, having added a new manufacturing site in Hefei City, China.

New Energy and NREL enter into R&D agreement

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New Energy Technologies, Inc. and the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA).

Q-Cells achieves "world record" thin film efficiency

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In another "efficiency record" for today, Q-Cells SE says it has reached an efficiency of 14.7 percent for a mass-produced CIGS thin film solar module, which has been manufactured via monolithic integration. This figure has been...

Solar Frontier claims new thin film CIS efficiency record

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According to its in-house measurements, Solar Frontier says it has achieved 17.2 percent aperture area efficiency on a 30 x 30 cm thin film CIS-based PV submodule. This, states the company, is a world record.

Latin America to see largest CPV system installed

Skyline's new X14 array

Skyline Solar has been selected for what it says is Latin America’s largest utility-scale concentrated PV (CPV) power plant. The company has also unveiled its new Skyline Solar X14 array.

On the cusp of intelligent PV

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The PV industry is on the cusp of a new generation, where many believe intelligent design will become standard. According to one industry expert, to avoid being left behind, now is the time to introduce this technology to the...

Solutia acquires $7 million stake in Taiwan firm

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Under a new, USD$7 million agreement, Solutia Inc. is to acquire selected assets of Aimcore Technology Co., Ltd., a Taiwan-based conductive film manufacturing firm.

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