Solar Frontier Begins Production At New Thin-Film Module Factory In Japan


Solar Frontier has started commercial production – on schedule – at its gigawatt-scale Kunitomi factory in Miyazaki, Japan. Launched 16 months after its ground-breaking in September 2009, the new factory is expected to reach full capacity this summer.

According to the company, this facility is the world's largest copper-indium-selenium thin-film solar module production plant. Products manufactured at the facility have obtained certification from Japanese and European standards organizations, and U.S. certification is expected shortly, Solar Frontier adds.

SOURCE: Solar Frontier

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments