Norwegian Solar Energy Firm to Invest $4.31 Billion in Singapore

[IndustryWeek] Renewable Energy Corp., a Norwegian solar energy company said Oct. 26 it plans to invest more than 3.0 billion euro (US$4.31 billion) building a manufacturing plant in Singapore to produce solar wafers, cells and modules. The company said the project has the potential of becoming the world’s biggest complex of its kind with a production capacity of up to 1.5 gigawatts of energy.
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