New York Grants for Solar PV Manufacturing

[] Solar photovoltaic startup DayStar Technologies recently secured an award of $250,000 from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to develop energy-efficient processes to manufacture solar cells with the goal of reducing the costs of producing each solar cell. DayStar is currently ramping up its proprietary manufacturing process and believes, that at full capacity, it will produce solar cells at large volumes beyond 100 MW per plant. Co-funding from NYSERDA’s Industrial Process and Productivity Improvement program could help DayStar lower the cost of producing solar power while also reducing the energy used in manufacturing.
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