Korean solar move

MHI has supplied some 3 MW of thin-film photovoltaic modules to Korean solar cell system integrator Taihan Techren Co., Ltd.

Two types of thin-film modules, amorphous and micro-morphous tandem, are used in the installation, which is Korea's largest solar power project using thin-film modules. Electricity production is due to start this month.

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