Hyundai Heavy Industries doubles down on PV innovation

The Korean industrial group Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), best known for shipbuilding, has decided to double-down on solar PV innovation. The company already has 600 MW of crystalline silicon (x-Si) cell and module capacity and entered a joint venture with Saint-Gobain to manufacture copper indium...

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