stand out from the crowd
earn iso certification to show your customers you are quality focused
Source: Gas, Oil & Mining Contractor, Digital Edition, October 2012Have you considered becoming ISO (International Organization for Standards) certified? Now might be the time. With more and more service companies popping up every day in the burgeoning gas and oil industries, ensuring you stand out could boost your customer base and revenue. read more
Cast-Mono Wafers Revisited: Re-Emergence Of Mono Tech Driving Wafering Innovations
Renewed interest in cast-mono PV cells has expanded the wafering debate beyond the standard slurry-versus-diamond-wire discussion.
Source: Solar Industry, September, 2011.Crystalline solar cells are no longer simply monocrystalline or multicrystalline. Now, cast-mono - or mono-like cells - are getting attention, and the methods used to develop these new cells could affect the wafering process. read more
Slurry still in use
Current trends in wafer manufacturing: science and industry are investigating the diamond wire saw. Silicon consumption is no longer the focus of grinding and cutting processes.
Source: Sun & Wind Energy (www.sunwindenergy.com), January, 2011.The wafer production’s core process has remained virtually unchanged since the beginning of industrial PV production. read more
The Lifeblood of Wafer Manufacturing
How effective slurry reprocessing can improve quality and control costs.
Source: InterPV, November, 2009.
The Market Erosion
During the last six months, the PV industry has had to endure an exceptional amount of volatility. In the context of the larger global recession, the impact of a depressed market is everywhere. Governments, under the strain of the battered economy, have slashed subsidies for solar industry expansion. read more
A HIERARCHY OF SLURRY REPROCESSING OPTIONS
Source: TMS Conference Papers, February 14-18, 2010 – Seattle, Washington.When considering the wire slicing process for cutting PV silicon wafers, recycling cutting slurry is an extremely important option to consider. There are, however, meaningful variations in recycling choices. By exploring these choices, we can help companies make effective choices. Understanding effective choices of options requires understanding the objectives which drive corporate recycling initiatives. read more