Enel Green Power, Sharp, and STMicroelectronics form JV for thin-film solar cells in Italy

Enel Green Power (EGP), Sharp, and STMicroelectronics recently announced a $197.5 million joint venture, 3Sun, to produce thin-film silicon modules based on Sharp's technology in Italy. Of the investment, $65 million came from the Italian Joint Ministerial Committee for Economic Planning, with the r...

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