07 April 2010 15:29 [Source: ICIS news]
Hoku would use Evonik’s trichlorosilane - a key process chemical in making polysilicon – to support the first phase of commercial production at the polysilicon facility in
The supplies were on an interim basis as Hoku expected to soon complete its own on-site TCS plant at Pocatello, it added.
According to earlier reports, Hoku's polysilicon plant will have a capacity of 2,000 tonnes/year.
Hoku Materials is a wholly owned subsidiary of diversified clean energy company Hoku Corporation.
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