Jupiter, Qingdao DTK

  • Will produce 9N silicon using conventional, closed-loop Siemens process
  • Will begin facility construction in January 2009 and aims to meet European environmental standards
  • Will receive first Siemens reactor from GT Solar in September 2009; plans to produce complete plant and produce 1,000 MT of 9N poly...
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