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Tecnimont Signs Silicon Deal with Italian Firm
10:30 AM MST | March 3, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
Maire Tecnimont says it has signed a contract with Silfab (Padua, Italy), a private-sector company, to build a 5,000-m.t./year, solar-grade silicon plant for photovoltaic panels at Borgofranco d’Ivrea, near Turin, Italy. The contract covers basic design services and procurement of main equipment items, and is expected to be converted to an engineering, procurement, and construction contract. The complex will be built in two phases and require an investment of more than €400 million ($580 million). Completion is due in...
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