Isovoltaic signs supply agreement with Canadian Solar as threat from all-PET backsheets loom

Leading Tedlar-based backsheet manufacturer Isovoltaic recently announced a new supply agreement with Canadian Solar for the module maker's manufacturing facilities in Canada. Isovoltaic is already a supplier for Canadian Solar's plants in China. The impact of this agreement on Isovoltaic's dwindlin...

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