NuvoSun begins capacity ramp, still has ground to make up on competitors

A note we received from copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) module developer NuvoSun CEO Dave Pearce last week revealed that since our last update with the company (see the September 2, 2010 LRSJ), it has begun installing its first of three production 40-MW line sputtering systems as part of its...

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