BP Solar

  • Vertically integrated multicrystalline module manufacturer; up to 25% of 2010 production will be monocrystalline silicon products
  • Moving firmly away from the pure production model, closing its Australian and Spanish plants, as well as the module production portion of its Maryland plant,
  • Maintains 200...
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