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Dow Corning Begins Renewable Energy Research at Development Center

10:40 AM MDT | June 18, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Dow Corning has opened its Solar Energy Exploration and Development (SEED) research center at Seneffe, Belgium to develop and research materials and technologies that will increase renewable energy and energy efficiency. “The silicon technologies we develop alongside our customers at this facility, and throughout our network, will continue to be a driver for growth and sustainable development not only in Europe, but all over the world,” says Gregg Zank, Dow Corning’s senior vice president and CTO. The SEED includes a solar application...

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