Silicon shortage issue dominates the Photovoltaic Summit 2007

Last week we attended the Photovoltaics Summit 2007 where the hot issue was silicon shortages. Because of the double demand for silicon from the solar and semiconductor industries, purified silicon is in short supply, driving the price of solar-grade silicon from about $25 per kg in 2003 to over $60...

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