Solar Frontier to Supply 14MW of Panels for Projects in the US

(Bloomberg) — Solar Frontier K.K., a unit of Showa Shell
Sekiyu K.K., will supply photovoltaic panels for two projects in
Indiana. Each project will have 7 megawatts of capacity.

The Tokyo-based company signed the supply agreement with a
California-based solar developer, Solar Frontier said in an
emailed statement, without specifying the developer. Each
project will have 7 megawatts of capacity.

Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

Solar Frontier makes panels using copper, indium, gallium
and selenium, known as CIGS. Solar Frontier competes with Tempe,
Arizona-based First Solar Inc. in the thin-film market.

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