SolarWorld shuns diversification and doubles down in Europe

SolarWorld has reached an agreement to buy parts of Bosch’s solar energy business. SolarWorld will gain 700 MW of cell production capacity and 200 MW of module production capacity in Arnstadt, Germany. The deal puts SolarWorld's manufacturing capacity over 1 GW for wafers, cells, and modules each...

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