DuPont acquires Innovalight to broaden solar material offerings

This week DuPont announced that it has acquired Innovalight, a manufacturer of specialized silicon materials that boost the efficiency of crystalline silicon (x-Si) solar cells (see the February 12, 2009 LRSJ). This acquisition will broaden DuPont's materials offering, which are already extensive in...

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