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DuPont Opens PV-application facility in Geneva

By Gerald Ondrey |

To address the needs for the fast-growing photovoltaic (PV) market, DuPont (Wilmington, Del.; www.dupont.com) opened the Meyrin Photovoltaic Application Laboratory at its European Technical Center – adding new capabilities to this leading R&D hub by developing next-generation products. Over 50 representatives from the photovoltaic (PV) industry joined government leaders and DuPont Chair and CEO Ellen Kullman and Ian Hudson, president — DuPont Europe, Middle East and Africa, for the facility’s opening.   “Addressing energy needs is a global concern. The generation and storage of renewable energy will be the fastest growing sector in the energy market for the next 20 years,” says Kullman. “We can apply the power of our market-driven science to offer products and technologies that can transform the sun’s potential into clean energy, contributing to decreasing dependence on fossil fuels.”   The Meyrin Photovoltaic Application Laboratory at the DuPont European Technical Center will add new capabilities to this leading R&D hub by developing the next generation of products for the fast growing PV market. The Meyrin Photovoltaic Application Lab will operate as an open center,…
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