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August 03, 2010 08:38 AM Eastern Daylight Time
GT Solar Receives $23.4 Million Follow-on Order from OCI for Polysilicon Production Equipment

Order includes SDR 400 reactors with improved throughput and reduced power consumption

MERRIMACK, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GT Solar International, Inc. (NASDAQ: SOLR), a global provider of polysilicon production technology, and sapphire and silicon crystalline growth systems for the solar, LED and other specialty markets, today announced that it has received a $23.4 million follow-on order from South Korea-based polysilicon producer OCI Company, Ltd. for its newest SDR™ 400 CVD reactors and other equipment to support OCI’s polysilicon plant expansion.

“We are pleased by the confidence OCI has demonstrated with our polysilicon production technology,” said Tom Gutierrez, GT Solar’s president and CEO. “The additional throughput and cost savings of the SDR 400 CVD reactor allows OCI to further enhance their cost competitiveness.”

The SDR 400 reactor has proven capability of producing over 400 metric tons of polysilicon annually and continues GT Solar’s leadership position for developing the most energy efficient reactors in the industry. The SDR 400 reduces power consumption by an additional 20 percent per kilogram of polysilicon produced compared to GT Solar’s highly efficient SDR 300. OCI’s phase 3.5 expansion is expected to be completed in October 2011.
Motech and OCI sign 5-year material supply agreement

Nuying Huang, Taipei; Willie Teng, DIGITIMES [Monday 23 August 2010]

Solar cell maker Motech Industries has announced the signing of a five-year agreement with South Korea's OCI for polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) supplies worth US$111.5 million.

Motech will expand annual capacity to 710MWp in Tainan, Taiwan and 290MWp in Kunshan, China in 2010.
BAODING, China, Aug. 30 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited ("Yingli Green Energy" or the "Company"), a leading solar energy company and one of the world's largest vertically integrated photovoltaic manufacturers, which markets its products under the brand "Yingli Solar," announced today that it has signed a five-year polysilicon supply agreement with OCI Chemical Corporation ("OCI"), a leading chemicals producer in Korea. Under the terms of the agreement, OCI has agreed to supply polysilicon with a total value of approximately US$442 million to Yingli Green Energy from 2011 to 2015.
S.Korea's OCI announces solar panel expansion plan

(AFP) – 1 day ago

SEOUL — OCI, South Korea's leading manufacturer of polysilicon used in solar panel cells, Wednesday announced plans to spend 1.88 trillion won (1.65 billion dollars) over the next two years to expand output.

The company said in a statement it would invest 1.6 trillion won to build a new plant by October 2012, and spend another 280 billion won expanding an existing plant.

OCI said the investments would expand its annual output capacity by 27,000 tonnes to the world's largest figure of 62,000 tonnes.

"The large-scale expansion is designed to support continuously increasing demand for high-purity polysilicon products," it said in the statement.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.677.707 von R-BgO am 09.12.10 08:51:07 S. Korean firm to spend 1.9 tln won to expand polysilicon output

Yonhap (South Korea)
December 9, 2010

OCI Co., South Korea's leading manufacturer of polysilicon, said Wednesday that it plans to spend 1.9 trillion won (US$1.68 billion) over the next two years to expand output.

OCI will have an additional output capacity of 27,000 tons when a polysilicon plant is completed in 2012, the company said in a regulatory filing. The material is used in solar-panel cells.

The South Korean firm's annual capacity will rise to the world's largest amount of 62,000 tons, it said.

OCI said it would invest 1.6 trillion won to build a new plant and spend another 280 billion won for the expansion of the existing plant.

"The large-scale expansion aims at meeting rising demand for polysilicon in line with the growing solar cell market," the company said. "The investment will help us secure price competitiveness in the market."

Shares of OCI closed at 320,000 won on the Seoul bourse, up 3.73 percent.
OCI Enterprises Acquires CornerStone Power Development

OCI Enterprises, an Atlanta-based chemical and energy holding company owned by South Korea-based OCI Co. Ltd., has acquired CornerStone Power Development, a utility-scale solar power plant development company based in Chicago, as part of its new OCI Energy division, which is being created to further the company's global focus on green energy.

CornerStone Power Development, which currently has 12 projects totaling more than 130 MW in development in the U.S. and Ontario, will become OCI Solar Power.

The company expects to have 700 MW under development by 2013. CornerStone's management team will remain in place at OCI Solar Power.
Solar wafer maker Danen inks 7-year poly-Si supply agreement with OCI

Nuying Huang, Taipei; Willie Teng, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 16 March 2011]

Solar wafer maker Danen Technology on March 15 announced that it has signed a seven-year polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) supply agreement with South Korea's OCI. The contract will last from 2012 to 2018 and is worth US$161 million in procurement value. Danen has mostly depended on the spot market in the past, and is not looking to increase the proportion of contract transactions.

Compared with Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) and Green Energy Technology (GET), Danen is a relative latecomer to the solar wafer sector, and was fortunate to avoid signing high-price poly-Si supply contracts prior to 2009, which has helped its gross margins.

Danen will issue 36.8 million new shares at NT$59 (US$1.99) a share. The payment period began in March 15. Due to the Japan earthquake, Danen's stock price fell to NT$58.

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