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SoloPower Korea to draw $100m investmentBy Korea Herald
Published : Aug. 1, 2013 - 20:23
SoloPower Korea CEO Song Dong-jeong said that the company has been struggling to find a proper investor in Korea due to lack of awareness of CIGS ― semiconductor material composed of copper, indium, gallium and selenium ― as well as the economic downturn.
As the company turned to overseas markets to search for an investor, it could increase the amount of foreign direct investment up to $225 million, according to the company officials.
Its plant in Gwangju will help supply global demand for CIGS and also produce over 1 gigawatt of energy by gradually improving its facility for the next five years.
The plant is expected to begin CIGS production next April.
Articles by Korea Herald
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