Kyocera Solar

  • Plans to increase multicrystalline silicon module capacity to 600 MW by end of 2010, 800 MW by end of 2011, and 1 GW by end of 2012
  • Expects the Japanese market to finish 2010 around the 800 MW level
  • Using exclusively electronics-grade polysilicon (EG-Si) supplied under long-term contracts, and has sec...
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