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Thin-film solar startup raises $130 million

12/20/2011 05:10 PM EST
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Kinnar
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Kinnar   12/20/2011 6:37:40 PM
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Its a good investment and if some company comes up penetrating solar panels in the domestic light-wattage needs then it will be a win win situations for all including mother earth.

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wilber_xbox   12/23/2011 3:34:00 PM
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How does this technology different than other manufactures. The strategy of having RnD in US and manufacturing in Asian countries does make more sense.

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wilber_xbox   12/23/2011 3:34:24 PM
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How does this technology different than other manufactures. The strategy of having RnD in US and manufacturing in Asian countries does make more sense.

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docdivakar   12/28/2011 9:50:46 PM
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At 14% efficiency, it is not bad for a thin-film Solar. I sincerely hope it doesn't become another Solyndra! @Himanshu_Gupta: I agree, R&D in US and manufacturing in low cost Asian locations is the only way. But the higher capital raised makes me suspect STion is spending a lot on automation, making a case for US manufacturing location. MP Divakar

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