The price of polysilicon, the chief ingredient used to make silicon solar cells, continues to tumble: Digitimes claims it has dropped to $20-$22/kg - below the $25/kg level believed to represent the variable cost of Western producers, and also low enough to generate losses for AU Optronics (AUO) and other Taiwanese producers. U.S.-based MEMC (WFR) has had a very rough time, and China's LDK and YGE haven't been faring much better.
The price of polysilicon, the chief ingredient used to make silicon solar cells, continues to...
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