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Tuesday 6th September 2011
The Chinese joint venture is expanding its indium gallium nitride LED manufacturing capacity.
Monday 5th September 2011
Leading thin-film solar manufacturers have placed orders with Smit Ovens for 20 production systems in 2011.
Monday 5th September 2011
The projects, financed by Ex-Im bank will create 550 jobs in Ohio to manufacture First Solar cadmium telluride solar modules.
Friday 2nd September 2011
Revenues from CIGS consumed in PV applications are expected to grow from $613.4 million in 2011 to $5.41 billion in 2018.
Friday 2nd September 2011
NRG Solar is using First Solar’s cadmium telluride modules and is now operating three facilities generating more than 85 MW of solar power.
Friday 2nd September 2011
At the moment though, indium phosphide PV is much too costly and is not used much outside of a lab and for selected applications in the aerospace industry.
Thursday 1st September 2011
The company will present its low cost thin film technologies at EU PVSEC, taking place between September 5 to 8, 2011, in Hamburg.
Thursday 1st September 2011
After obtaining the German VDE certification, the cadmium telluride module manufacturer should increase the appeal of investments into its commercial PV systems in Italy.
Thursday 1st September 2011
The SFH 7773, which incorporates an 850 nm infrared gallium arsenide LED, is designed so that inside the device, emitter and detector chip are located sufficiently far apart from each other, significantly reducing crosstalk.
Thursday 1st September 2011
IMS Research says the closure is partly due to the PV module industry having recently suffered from a huge oversupply. This has led to fierce pricing competition with average prices dropping by around 20% in a single quarter.
Wednesday 31st August 2011
Funded by Verve Energy, GE Energy Financial Services and WA Government, the 10 megawatt project will use First Solar cadmium telluride PV modules.
Wednesday 31st August 2011
The reactor will be used for high-volume production of high brightness LEDs.
Wednesday 31st August 2011
The focus of the Manz display taking place at the EU PVSEC 2011 Industry Trade Show in Hamburg from September 5th to 8th, 2011 (Hall A1, Booth B1), is on the latest developments in CIGS thin-film technology.
Tuesday 30th August 2011
Global Solar Energy is expanding its manufacturing facilities and planning on moving from a two-shift rotation to a three-shift operation at the beginning of the third quarter.
Tuesday 30th August 2011
The Taiwanese company has ordered a number of CRIUS II reactors for gallium nitride LED production.
Tuesday 30th August 2011
The successful development and market launch of Indium gallium phosphide, indium gallium arsenide and germanium based solar cells by Azur Space, Soitec and Fraunhofer ISE have been acknowledged.
Thursday 25th August 2011
The 850nm gallium arsenide based LED is suited for use in compact illumination units for CMOS and CCD cameras. Possible applications range from spotlights for IR cameras and CCTV systems via machine vision solutions to number plate recognition.
Thursday 25th August 2011
The number of base station sector shipments, which use gallium arsenide based technology, will increase to slightly more than 9.2 million in 2015 where more than half of these sectors will be for lower power, smaller cells.
Wednesday 24th August 2011
The innovator of indium gallium arsenide solar cells also intends to branch out and look into developing cheaper next-generation thin-film structures such as CIGS.
Tuesday 23rd August 2011
One of the devices that ZTE will incorporate in its products is the EDGE RF subsystem, which employs the firm’s indium gallium phosphide HBT technology.
Monday 22nd August 2011
The decrease in prices by Elemental LED, which use Cree’s indium gallium nitride LEDs, signals that the company is positioning itself as a viable competitor to big box retailers.
Monday 22nd August 2011
High-volume manufacturing CIGS solar module facilities in Oregon and California will increase availability of innovative thin film solar modules and provide more than 700 jobs.
Monday 22nd August 2011
The compact SST11CP15 is a versatile power amplifier based on the firm’s indium gallium phosphide / gallium arsenide HBT technology.
Friday 19th August 2011
Street lighting will be the biggest segment, reaching $1.5 billion this year and anticipated to hit $1.8 billion in 2012.