Silfab

  • Seeking €60 million to €100 million in Series B to finance construction of polysilicon plant, which will prove difficult
  • When polysilicon plant fully ramped, will produce polysilicon around $35/kg
  • With polysilicon shortage expected in 2010, expect Silfab to struggle to breakeven its early years as po...
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