Intel rumored to be making a foray into crystalline silicon solar cell production

Following Cypress Semiconductor’s early foray into solar through SunPower, and Applied Materials’ recent jump into the pond with its crystalline silicon (c-Si) and amorphous silicon (a-Si) lines, another semiconductor giant has jumped into the pool: Intel. Though our contacts at Intel deny it – of c...

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