Knoxville, Tennessee emerges as a fast follower in the race to build solar clusters

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Knoxville, TN has some new neighbors. Many major materials providers for the crystalline silicon (x-Si) market have begun to set up shop in the area, positioning the "Innovation Valley" region to become a major solar hub, similar to the Hillsboro, OR area, whe...

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