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March 28th, 2009

Everbrite Solar chooses Ontario site for thin-film PV module plant

Abstract:
Everbrite Solar has chosen Kingston, Ontario, as the site for its new amorphous/microcrystalline-silicon thin-film solar PV manufacturing facility--said to be the first of its kind in Canada. The unit of Everbrite Industries is working with several financial advisers to raise CDN$500 million for investment in the highly automated, 150-MW annual capacity factory.

Everbrite Solar says that its "revolutionary technology" surpasses traditional a-Si thin-film modules by dramatically increasing the efficiency of the module, lowering costs significantly, and eliminating the environmental hazards associated with the earlier generations.

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