Polysilicon projects see delays, indicating shortages until at least 2010

There were a number of announcements over the past week concerning polysilicon supply, the key ingredient for the dominant crystalline silicon cell architecture and the biggest source of frustration for the industry. First, LDK Solar announced that it has officially broken ground on its 6,000 metric...

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