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Hemlock Semiconductor Corporation, based in Hemlock, Mich. (USA), is launching a worldwide search for a second manufacturing site to produce polycrystalline silicon to support the growing demand from the solar industry and electronics markets.
Pricing pressure for solar modules will result in a growing share of production taking place in Asia, according to ongoing analysis from IMS Research. Over 70% of module production capacity will be located in Asia in Q4 2010. Asia’s share is forecast to continue growing steadily throughout 2011 as manufacturing expansion in this region accelerates.
NanoMarkets released the report "Encapsulation and Flexible Substrates for Organic and Dye-Sensitized Photovoltaics" that claims that novel encapsulation and substrate materials are the key to the long-term survival of organic photovoltaics (OPV) and dye sensitized cell (DSC) photovoltaics. The report projects that a $1.3 billion encapsulation and substrate market will be possible by 2017.
Despatch Industries has been contracted by an Asian photovoltaic (PV) solar cell manufacturer to replace the manufacturer's existing vendor with Despatch equipment, a variety of infrared (IR) products that provide thermal processing control, improved cost of ownership and value-added options.
Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets has released the written transcripts from its September 21st teleconference that presented findings from the firm's recent report, "Building Integrated Photovoltaics: Opportunities 2010."
In the wake of a favorable court settlement related to their battery technologies, Energy Conversion Devices (ECD) plans on restructuring its operations to focus on its solar energy, hydrogen storage solutions and hybrid electric vehicle technologies. While this new focus means layoffs for some workers, the company believes it's the key to reaching profitability.
First Solar continued to lose ground in Q3, according to the latest analysis from IMS Research. Chinese rivals Suntech and JA Solar will both overtake FSLR, having increased their production capacities rapidly as demand has spiraled in 2010.
A U.S. solar energy company will market its solar battery charger for cellular telephones.
NanoMarkets published market analysis and forecasts of the copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) photovoltaics business. CIGS is the only commercialized PV technology that can combine conversion efficiencies close to silicon with the thinness and light weight of thin-film PV. Large firms such as Intel and Dow Chemical have invested in CIGS even during a recession.
The FlexTech Alliance has awarded a contract to Cambridge NanoTech to develop a high-speed atomic layer deposition (ALD) system. When completed, the system will enable the manufacture of large-area and flexible substrates for use in organic electronics, solar cells, biomedical devices, and displays.