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June 2nd, 2005
Equipment firms jockey for position in solar market
Equipment vendors are jockeying for position by forming various alliances to capitalize on the booming solar photovoltaic market.
Recently, for example, CVD Equipment Corp. acquired First Nano Inc., a supplier of chemical vapor deposition process equipment for the synthesis of a variety of carbon nanotubes, one-dimensional nanostructures and nanomaterials.
CVD Equipment Corp.
First Nano Inc.
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