DuPont today announced that work has begun at its facility in Cernay, France to build a 4.4 megawatt (MW) solar power plant. This will be the largest solar installation on DuPont land to date.
DuPont today announced the expansion of capabilities within its Silicon Valley Technology Center to include new innovations and collaborations in the fields of energy and electronics.
Together the companies will advocate best practice specifications, promote data transparency and provide access to a comprehensive suite of analytical tools to benefit the growing solar energy industry.
Higher Cell and Module Efficiencies with Less Material Consumption Offer Near-Term Means for Solar Manufacturers to Improve Profitability
DuPont and Sunrise Global Solar Energy Corporation announced that they have produced solar cells with conversion efficiencies of 20.3 percent using newly commercialized DuPont™ Solamet® PV36X series aluminum photovoltaic metallization pastes for rear-side passivation of silicon solar cells.
DuPont came one step closer today to commercializing advanced biofuels by breaking ground on its cellulosic ethanol facility in Nevada, Iowa. Expected to be completed in mid-2014, this more than $200 million facility will be among the first and largest commercial-scale cellulosic biorefineries in the world.