27 Aug '15, 4pm

Why outdated industry metric found new victim in TSMC and CIGS technology

Post analysis of the announced exit of TSMC Solar from the sector has yet to touch on the real issue that confounds all thin-film technologies and a few in the high-performance end of the conventional crystalline silicon side of the business. Image: Trina Solar Blogger Mark Osborne Mark Osborne is currently the Senior News Editor for Photovoltaics International and PV-Tech website. He has launched multiple technology titles in print and online covering manufacturing in the automotive, shipping, semiconductor and solar sectors in a publishing career spanning three decades. Mark started blogging in 2005, the first technology editor to do so and has worked online since 1996. A veteran manufacturing technology journalist and editor, Mark has been responsible for a series of innovative formats for delivering technical content to an engineering-based audience. Post-analysis of t...

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