Japan-based Solar Frontier will restart its Miyazaki No. 2 Plant, which has been idle since the end of 2012. The plant produces conventional thin-film copper indium selenium (CIS) PV modules for residential use. The company says production is expected to begin in July.
Solar Frontier says it temporarily halted production at the Miyazaki plant to concentrate all production at its Kunitomi plant. The company says it is restarting the Miyazaki plant to meet growing demand for CIS thin-film modules.