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aleo Sunrise has started operation of cell production in Prenzlau

15/09/2016

After nine months of construction and renovation phase, the subsidiary of aleo solar GmbH now starts the production of highly efficient PERC solar cells CELCO technology.
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Beatson Clark Supplies Bottles and Crowns for Skinners

13/09/2016

Cornish brewery Skinner’s has doubled its production of bottled beers following the installation of an on-site bottling plant – and the award-winning brewers are using Beatson Clark’s bottles and printed crowns for their range of ales.
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DESERT photovoltaic machinery delivered to first brazilian customer

13/09/2016

Thoma GmbH is delivering a DESERT turnkey production line to Brazil, the first of its kind and hopefully the first in many breakthroughs to leave the factory floor on their way to the largest country in South America.
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LiSEC takes over Glastronic (Hungary) and is massively expanding its business with used machines

13/09/2016

LiSEC, the world market leader for plants and software for the processing of flat glass, has taken over one hundred percent of Glastronic, a part of the Jüllich Group. The contract was concluded on September 1st. The parties agreed to keep the purchase price confidential.
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O-I customer launches custom bottle that, literally, rocks

13/09/2016

Driven by a unique brand vision, Rocker Spirits, a micro-distillery based in Littleton, Colorado, decided to work with O-I to create a bottle that rocks, both literally and figuratively. Together, the teams created a one-of-a-kind design that conveys Rocker’s distinctive identity at first glance.
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RE100 success means major incentives remain for UK PV installers

13/09/2016

Despite recent wide-reaching changes to feed-in tariffs on solar installations, the growth of the RE100 initiative and the UK government’s maintained commitment to hitting its renewable energy targets mean that opportunities for photovoltaic (“PV”) installers remain, with PV still having a significant role to play.
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