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Evonik Breaks Ground on $224 Million Monosilanes Plant in Japan

5:54 AM MST | November 24, 2009 | Alex Scott

Evonik says it has broken ground on the construction of an integrated plant for producing monosilane and fumed silica at Yokkaichi, Japan. Evonik will invest $224 million (€150 million) in the project to develop its position in solar energy and electronic chemicals in Asia, chairman Klaus Engel, said today.   Evonik, along with its partner in the project, industrial gases group Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corp (TNSC; Yokkaichi, Japan) today laid the cornerstone for the plant. Evonik’s plans to build the plant were first announced in May of this year...

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