The expanded capacity will reportedly incorporate new module materials and innovations in thin film technology into the production process. The company continued by saying the agreement details an expansion plan that will bring its total thin film module capacity to at least 75 MW by early next year, as the first phase of a 400 MW thin film expansion plan. ?
We are committed to taking the thin film route as a direction for growth, said Astronergy CEO Dr. Liyou Yang. Dr. Michael Buscher, CEO of Oerlikon added: We are pleased to see that the thin film silicon market is step by step gaining momentum. ?
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