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AkzoNobel collaborates with institute in Singapore on solar-cell technology
8:55 AM MDT | July 30, 2014 | Deepti Ramesh
AkzoNobel says it will partner with the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (Seris) at the National University of Singapore in order to explore less costly ways of producing high-efficiency silicon wafer solar cells. The collaboration has been prompted by the growing expectation that the photovoltaic industry will move towards higher-efficiency silicon wafer solar-cell architectures, AkzoNobel says. AkzoNobel’s high-purity metalorganics (HPMO) business supplies electronic materials to the semiconductor and solar industries. AkzoNobel's HPMO...
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