Start-up QSolis sets sights on new CdTe approach

This week, we spoke with Carlos D’Angelo, former CTO of NanoConduction, about his new start-up, named QSolis, which targets improved cadmium telluride (CdTe) cells and modules. Carlos founded the stealth-mode start-up earlier this year and lined up several former LSI Logic technical and business dev...

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