The price of polysilicon, the chief ingredient used to make silicon solar cells, continues to...


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.

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