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Air Liquide goes for solar

January 16, 2006 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 84, ISSUE 3

Air Liquide has invested $3 million to become the supplier of nitrogen, argon, and specialty gases to solar-cell manufacturers in the MicroTechpark in Thalheim, Germany. The firm expects that the park and surrounding region north of Leipzig will become a major European center for solar-cell production. In addition, Air Liquide says it has secured a 10-year global contract to supply park resident EverQ with several gases.

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