Stealthy UMG-Si activity continues, despite coming polysilicon glut

In addition to his comments on Solar Power Industries (see elsewhere in the May 14, 2009 LRSJ), John had some encouraging things to say about the future of UMG-Si, an area in which he currently works as a consultant. He acknowledges that UMG-Si has fallen into disfavor as prices for conventional pol...

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