After directing its subsidiaries to solar cars and solar roads, where will Hanergy look next?

Hanergy announced that its subsidiary Global Solar (see the March 8, 2012 LRSJ) will supply its flexible CIGS modules to an extension of a solar bikeway located in the Netherlands. The so-called SolaRoad will be extended from its current length of 70 m to 100 m, requiring an estimated 35 modules at ...

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