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Taiwan-based Green Energy Technology aims at 230MWp for 1H10 solar-grade wafer shipments, says president

Jan 29, 14:17

Green Energy Technology (GET), a Taiwan-based maker of solar-grade crystalline silicon ingots and wafers, expects to ship an equivalent of 230MWp in wafers during the first half of...

Solar wafer maker GET signs with MPI for dedicated ingot-slicing service

Jan 22, 12:20

Green Energy Technology (GET) signed an MOU with Taiwan-based MPI Corporation on January 21 to exclusively utilize the latter's one million wafers-per-month solar-grade ingot slicing...

Green Energy Technology cancels ECB issue

Jan 8, 15:31

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) on January 7 announced the cancellation of a plan to issue 5-year unsecured euro convertible bonds (ECBs) worth up to...

Solar wafer maker SAS sees strong sales in November

Dec 9, 11:39

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) has reported record unaudited consolidated revenues of 1.189 billion (US$36.8 million) for November.

GET sees revenues high in October 2009

Nov 6, 15:45

Solar-grade poly-Si wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) has reported revenues of NT$1.003 billion (US$31 million) for October, its second consecutive record month.

Solar wafer makers GET, SAS see high revenues in September

Oct 9, 15:15

Taiwan-based solar ingot/wafer makers Green Energy Technology (GET) and Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) generated record monthly revenues of NT$946.7 million (US$28.8 million)...

Poly-Si ingot, wafer maker GET to expand capacity in Taiwan, China

Sep 28, 11:50

Green Energy Technology (GET), a Taiwan-based producer of solar-grade polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) ingots and wafers, will expand its annual capacity of ingot growing and wafer...

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