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Wednesday 5th January 2011
The project is a collaboration between the firms to develop solar photovoltaic (PV) plants in the Ordos region.
Wednesday 5th January 2011
In partnership with GE Energy Financial Services, Plutonic hopes to Expand its photovoltaic solar capabilities in Ontario, Canada.
Wednesday 5th January 2011
The thin film solar module manufacturer will move corporate HQ and R & D facilities to Wisconsin, creating 620 jobs. The project represents a capital investment of over $300 million.
Wednesday 5th January 2011
The “Bedford Report” which releases regular market updates on the Solar industry says that Germany consumes more than half the world's supply of the modules that turn sunlight into electricity. Growth is expected to cool in the years ahead to between 3 and 5 GW per year.
Tuesday 4th January 2011
CoorsTek has expanded its capabilities by expanding its product line both geographically and technically.
Monday 3rd January 2011
The innovative CIGS cell manufacturer, based in California, has achieved commercialization and revenue at a pace which it says is unmatched.
Wednesday 29th December 2010
The new program applies nanostructured optical coatings to enhance light trapping in thin film solar cells.
Wednesday 29th December 2010
The joint venture will engage in the research, manufacture and sale of light emitting diode (LED) wafers, chips, source modules, light sources and lighting with a total investment amount of $160 million.
Wednesday 29th December 2010
The project at IIT Kharagpur focus on creating an MBE cluster tool to create an epitaxial based nano-semiconductor infrastructure and the development of high frequency devices.
Friday 24th December 2010
This development should make it possible to develop semiconductor non-linear devices which enable stable drive with low power consumption.
Thursday 23rd December 2010
The £10.5m Energy Efficiency project will see the furnace being used to push the boundaries of what is known about SiC and how it functions under such intense temperatures.
Thursday 23rd December 2010
The reactors, ordered by two customers, will be used to make radiofrequency communication microelectronic devices.
Thursday 23rd December 2010
PV manufacturer, Trina Solar has placed two orders for the DSS450HP multicrystalline ingot growth systems.
Wednesday 22nd December 2010
Strategy Analytics anticipates that with continuing GaAs industry growth, WIN Semiconductors will become the largest GaAs foundry in the world by the end of 2010.
Wednesday 22nd December 2010
The two research organizations have developed a vertically-grown InAs sensor for measuring ultra-low concentrations of NO2 which is an environmental pollutant.
Wednesday 22nd December 2010
The company has converted from a German to European company as a commitment to its international orientation.
Tuesday 21st December 2010
Boeing has announced that it has received a contract for approximately $1 billion from the government of Mexico to deliver an end-to-end satellite communications system. The system, known as MEXSAT, will consist of three satellites, two ground sites, associated network operations systems and reference user terminals. MEXSAT will provide secure communications for Mexico's national security needs, as well as enhanced coverage for the country's civil telecommunications.
Tuesday 21st December 2010
The two firms will develop hermetic packaging aimed at the military, aerospace and down-hole drilling markets for ultra high temperature applications to 260°C.
Tuesday 21st December 2010
The company was honored by Connecticut's Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce for its solar HCPV technology and solar tracker systems.
Tuesday 21st December 2010
IMS Research’s latest quarterly GaN LED report says that oversupply is accelerating due to a significant reduction in the number of LEDs required per panel. The report also says that Samsung and LG are battling over LED consumption leadership for LCD displays.
Tuesday 21st December 2010
The Taiwan-funded mainland plant in Yangzhou currently accommodates 25 MOCVD reactors. The plant specializes in LED manufacturing for backlighting, consumer electronics and general lighting.
Monday 20th December 2010
The firms were recognized by the Canadian Solar Industries Association for the 80 megawatt Sarnia solar project in Ontario. This is claimed to be the largest operating PV facility in the world.
Friday 17th December 2010
The Strategy Analytics report forecasts the trend to continue for the foreseeable future.
Friday 17th December 2010
The firm focused on the design at the full system level to ensures that the CPV modules work most efficiently as part of the complete system.