GT Solar Incorporated is an industry leader globally providing essential technology, turnkey manufacturing and equipment solutions across the photovoltaic supply chain, enabling the establishment of successful photovoltaic businesses. Based in Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA, GT Solar’s products are used by blue-chip companies worldwide.
GT Solar is a leading provider of turnkey and equipment solutions to companies for manufacturing products that harness solar power. We equip our customers with the invaluable technical, manufacturing and marketing expertise needed to start and successfully operate a photovoltaic manufacturing business. GT Solar is unique because we offer turnkey and equipment solutions, along with a staff of in-house experts, for all three components of the solar value chain—wafer, cell and module fabrication lines. In 2006, GT Solar entered the polysilicon production market and supplies Siemens-type reactors to customers who will begin polysilicon production. Our integrated solutions are designed for low-cost PV manufacturing. We provide customers with vendor and consumable materials specs that will shorten the purchasing cycle. We offer facilities consultation and engineering to provide the infrastructure for our customers fabrication lines and quality control guidelines to immediately improve the bottom line. GT Solar is dedicated to achieving success with every line we design and every customer we serve. Working with customers worldwide since 1994, GT Solar’s core expertise lies in three areas, all targeting mass production in photovoltaics.
GT Solar to Commission PV Solar Wafer and Cell Turnkey Fabrication Line
Prof. Hongxia Wang
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