Newcomer plans polysilicon facility | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 85 Issue 5 | p. 24 | Concentrates
Issue Date: January 29, 2007

Newcomer plans polysilicon facility

Department: Business

Hoku Scientific, a Kapolei, Hawaii-based start-up in the fuel-cell and solar energy sectors, has signed a $27 million contract with Graeber Engineering Consultants and MSA Apparatus Construction for hydrogen reduction and hydrogenation reactors used in polysilicon production. Hoku wants to build a $260 million solar polysilicon plant in Pocatello, Idaho, by early 2009. Earlier this month, the company announced a seven-year, $370 million polysilicon supply agreement with Sanyo Electric.

 
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