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Supply of low-cost and high-efficiency multi-GW mono wafers

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By Yichun Wang, Yichun Wang received a B . S . i n e l e c t r i c a l engineering in 2007 from Northwestern University, China, and an M.S. in electrical engineering in 2010 from the University of Kentucky, USA. She joined LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd. in 2014, and is currently the application engineering and customer service manager in the silicon wafer business group, where her responsibilities include technical/ product quality support and supervising technical collaboration projects with global institutes and corporations.; Tian Xie, Tian Xie received his Ph.D. in physics in 2004 f r o m H i r o s h i m a University, Japan. He is the director of the quality management department at LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd., where his primary responsibility is overseeing the quality management, customer service, product design and sales groups at the company

In the Chinese PV market, multi crystalline silicon firmly holds a large market share compared with monocrystalline silicon, entirely as a result of the development of the Chinese PV industry.

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