Violet Power urges US solar production strategies untouched by calculated partnership collapse
- US-based high-efficiency n-type monocrystalline Interdigitated Back Contact (IBC) PV manufacturing startup Violet Power has insisted its plans to develop manufacturing capability in the US continue to be on track despite the collapse of its calculated partnership with REC Silicon.
Violet Power declared in a declaration issued the other day that it was in truth the celebration responsible for terminating the strategic alliance with REC Silicon in March 2021, countering a news release issued by the Norwegian-headquartered polysilicon producer.
Violet Power has considering that urged that the collapse of the critical partnership will certainly "not influence whatsoever Violet Power's plans for, or progress on, building out its manufacturing capability in Moses Lake, Washington."
The business still intends to begin manufacturing of both IBC cells and also modules at its existing 1.4 GW facility in 2021 with item availability for the United States market by the end of 2021.
Although Violet Power did not especially detail the factors behind its decision to end the collaboration, the startup claimed REC Silicon's, "for a variety of factors connected to REC's actions that we consider as inconsistent with those of an important and dependable partner."
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