AUO to take stakes in Japanese pre-solar materials plant 125 million investment
Monday, the worlds third largest LCD panel maker AU Optronics said it expects investment of 125 billion U.S. dollars, will participate in the Japanese solar material manufacturer M. Setek cash capital increase plan, and DG506ACWI datasheet and gradually get more than half of the shares, and DG506ACWI price and subject to the actual operations of the companys future demand, adjust the amount of investment.
M. Setek upstream of the global solar polysilicon (Polysilicon) and DG506ACWI suppliers and wafer (MonocrystalsiliconWafers) the leader in solar energy manufacturers in Taiwan last year Ton Solar has signed a contract in Japan with the cooperation of the second polysilicon feedstock plant expansion in order to ensure that future capacity required raw materials. P>
Including AUO and leading foundry TSMC have recently announced that it will have a positive branched out into solar and LED (light emitting diodes) and other green energy industry. P>KY Lee, chairman of the Friends of
said in a news release, "This will be AUO important step into the energy industry, we are pleased with the M. Setek cooperation with the end of the solar material for greater investment, and provide better renewable energy programs. " P>President & CEO Chen
help also shows the layout of the Friends of active downstream, and to "complete solution" (TotalSolution) strategy, scheduled in the energy industry value chain to integrate the technologies and services, which include co-terminal solar system works. P>
In addition, the press release also pointed out that the Friends of the way to 100% of the capital in mid-May set up a "Friends of energy technology company," focused on the energy system integration and technical services. Career in the energy future, AUO will provide value-added services market side, including the power company (power plant), factories and commercial buildings, even ordinary consumers of renewable energy such as solar roof installation of Terminal Services. P>