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The plant comprises 88,000 SolarWorld Sunmodule Plus 230-245 watt polycrystalline silicon PV modules.
A leading provider of polycrystalline silicon used in the manufacturing of semiconductor devices and solar cells and modules, Hemlock Semiconductor consists of several joint venture companies owned by Dow Corning Corporation, Shin-Etsu Handotai and Mitsubishi Materials Corporation.
The plant is constructed by SunEdison of USA and utilizes polycrystalline silicon solar photovoltaic technology.
The annual polycrystalline silicon capacity of the Tokuyama Factory will increase by 1,800 tons to 11,000 tons.
1% stake of Sun Materials, a Taiwan-based polycrystalline silicon manufacturer, with a consideration of US$150,000,000 (approximately HK$1,170,000,000).
Among their topics are the effect of thermal annealing on characteristics of polycrystalline silicon used for solar cells, the dielectric function and defect structure of CdTe implanted by 350-keV Bi ions and light-induced passivity of silicon by iodine ethanol solution Reproduced from typescripts.
The solar cells that make up the module are based on polycrystalline silicon and deliver a maximum power of 300 mW(1), and as an auxiliary power source for mobile devices, will contribute to saving energy.
com), Munich, Germany, has mid-term plans to construct a new hyperpure polycrystalline silicon facility in the U.