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Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations (center) stands in front of the world's largest thin film solar panel (5.7m2) manufactured by Applied Materials' SunFab production line during a visit to the company's SunFab Solar Module Reliability Testing facility on Saturday. Mr. Ban toured Applied Materials' state-of-the-art solar testing facility in Xi'an, China and met with executives including, Barry Quan the president of Applied Materials China Holding Company (left) and Gang Zou the general manager of Applied Materials Xi'an (right), to discuss the company's leadership in energy efficiency technologies that can help tackle climate change and help China accelerate its emission goals. (Photo: Business Wire)
Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations (center) stands in front of the world's largest thin film solar panel (5.7m2) manufactured by Applied Materials' SunFab production line during a visit to the company's SunFab Solar Module Reliability Testing facility on Saturday. Mr. Ban toured Applied Materials' state-of-the-art solar testing facility in Xi'an, China and met with executives including, Barry Quan the president of Applied Materials China Holding Company (left) and Gang Zou the general manager of Applied Materials Xi'an (right), to discuss the company's leadership in energy efficiency technologies that can help tackle climate change and help China accelerate its emission goals. (Photo: Business Wire)

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Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations (center) stands in front of the world's largest thin film solar panel (5.7m2) manufactured by Applied Materials' SunFab production line during a visit to the company's SunFab Solar Module Reliability Testing facility on Saturday. Mr. Ban toured Applied Materials' state-of-the-art solar testing facility in Xi'an, China and met with executives including, Barry Quan the president of Applied Materials China Holding Company (left) and Gang Zou the general manager of Applied Materials Xi'an (right), to discuss the company's leadership in energy efficiency technologies that can help tackle climate change and help China accelerate its emission goals.

Photo of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon at Applied Materials China Available on Business Wire's Web Site and AP PhotoExpress

XI’AN, China | Posted on July 26th, 2009

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