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Dow Corning Opens Solar Center

9:55 AM MDT | May 16, 2008 | Michelle Bryner

Dow Corning says it has opened a new $3-million center to collaborate with customers to develop, evaluate, and pilot test materials used to manufacture solar panels. The Solar Solutions Application Center, which is located at Freeland, MI, houses a laboratory, pilot equipment, and testing facilities. "Dow Corning's goal is to help the solar industry move towards being economically competitive with conventional energy sources, and become a sustainable energy option globally," says Eric Peeters, global executive director/solar business at Dow Corning...

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