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Soitec completes CPV solar plant in Italy

6/14/2012 10:00 AM EDT
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anne-francoise.pele
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re: Soitec completes CPV solar plant in Italy
anne-francoise.pele   7/16/2012 3:25:01 PM
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Mid-June, Soitec received from the US Department of Energy a SUNPATH award of $25 million to support its new North American solar manufacturing facility in San Diego, Calif. This will accelerate its production and output of first large-scale CPV module manufacturing facility in San Diego.

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Tony Lange   6/15/2012 9:04:05 AM
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Twin Creeks Technology recently made a lot noise about their thin wafer dicing technology, enabling solar wafer cost reduction. It turned out Twin Creeks' "exfoliation" is actually "smart-cut" patented by Soitec.

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krisi   6/14/2012 11:07:32 PM
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Interesting...I always thought Soitec means SOI technology in semiconductors, didn't realize they are in the solar market business as well...Kris

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