According to the thin film manufacturer, RayTracker's entire team will join its Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) group. RayTracker's customers will also go over to First Solar. As of yet, no more details have been released.
"We expect the addition of RayTracker's people and technology will help accelerate our ongoing quest to enable a world powered by clean, affordable and sustainable solar electricity," commented Bruce Sohn, president of First Solar. "We welcome RayTracker's innovative associates to our advanced systems development team."
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