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American Elements announced today the formation of a new product group to merge production, sales and marketing of its solar energy photovoltaic products including silicon, CIS and CIGS solar energy materials and related products into a single product group under its tradename AE Solar Energy™.

American Elements Announces New AE Solar Energy™ Product Group

Los Angeles, CA | Posted on March 14th, 2007

American Elements announced today the formation of a new product group to merge production, sales and marketing of its solar energy photovoltaic products including silicon, CIS and CIGS solar energy materials and related products into a single product group under its tradename AE Solar Energy™. The effected operations will include silicon, cadmium, indium, gallium, selenide and several other elemental materials and the crystal growth, nanoparticle and thin film manufacturing departments.

The consolidation is intended to streamline sales and customer support of solar energy materials and combine production capabilities where possible for better efficiency. The consolidation will not result in any worker or staffing reductions.

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American Elements is America's leading manufacturer and supplier of advanced material products with distribution offices in Europe, Asia and South America.

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