Advent Solar encountering major troubles scaling technology

From our network, we hear that New Mexico-based developer of back-contact, multicrystalline silicon solar modules Advent Solar is in trouble. Apparently, the company has been using an electroplating process to deposit the back contacts for its proprietary emitter wrap-through technology, which enabl...

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