Showa Shell aims to make a big splash in CIGS

Last week, Japanese copper indium diselenide (CIS) module developer Showa Shell announced plans to spend 160 billion ($1.7 billion) over the next five years in the hopes of ramping up capacity from 80 MW to a jaw-dropping 1 GW. (Showa Shell President Jun Arai also said it aims for a 10% market share...

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