Sorting out the rumors on Hanergy's next move

Hanergy has quickly ramped up operations since acquiring Solibro, Miasolé, and Global Solar within the past few years. The company already cites a manufacturing capacity of 3 GW – which is dominated by thin-film silicon (TF-Si) capacity, in addition to the small copper indium gallium diselenide (...

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