PV Technology show in Munich: First day brings dueling polysilicon projections

Day one of Photon International’s PV Technology show in Munich kicked off with a number of presentations by established silicon manufacturers, which provided their production outlook and market supply projections through 2012. Though production outlook from producers – including Hemlock, REC, and DC...

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