More on Nanosolar's status, MiaSolé's acquisition, SoloPower's prospects

Recently at PVSEC, we had a chance to catch up with copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) manufacturer Nanosolar. The company gave us some insight into its key metrics and current strategy. The company produced 10 MW of modules in 2011 at 8% to 9% efficiency; it will produce between 20 MW and 30 M...

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