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GT Solar Monocast Silicon Material Achieves Record for Average Cell Efficiency T...
April 13th, 2011

GT Solar Monocast Silicon Material Achieves Record for Average Cell Efficiency Testing by Researchers at Georgia …
MERRIMACK, N.H.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Monocast silicon material from GT Solar sets cell efficiency record. Advanced silicon growth furnace produces monocast material.

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Google provides $168 million for solar energy plant to be built in California's ...
April 13th, 2011

Google provides $168 million for solar energy plant to be built in California’s Mojave Desert
SAN FRANCISCO – Google is investing $168 million in an alternative power project that aims to produce enough solar energy to light 140,000 homes. The commitment announced Monday is part of the financing that BrightSource Energy needs to build a solar power plant in California’s Mojave Desert.

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The Solar Industry Responds to Claims of Supply-Chain Dirtiness
April 12th, 2011

The Solar Industry Responds to Claims of Supply-Chain Dirtiness
After we wrote about how many solar panel makers fared badly on The Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition ‘s 2011 Solar Scorecard , the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) nearly fell over itself to respond, telling us that the solar industry is cleaning up its act–and fast. The scorecard–which rates solar providers on the cleanliness of their supply chains (i.e. recycling and use of toxic …

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OJR schools considering solar energy lease plan
April 12th, 2011

OJR schools considering solar energy lease plan
The Owen J. Roberts School Board is considering a proposal that would enable the school district to install a solar energy system at the high school and middle school without expending any upfront funds for purchase and installation.

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German solar power company to open branch in Toledo
April 12th, 2011

German solar power company to open branch in Toledo
TOLEDO (AP) — A German maker of mounting systems for solar panels has announced plans to open a North American headquarters in Ohio, at the University of Toledo.

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