AMAT exploring bolstering financing, warranties for SunFab customers

Last week, we spoke with a member of the Business Development team at Applied Materials (AMAT) who is focused on the SunFab thin-film silicon (TF-Si) turn-key line. As we have reported often before, the continued decline in the prices of crystalline silicon (x-Si) modules has weighed heavily on AMAT...

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