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Wacker Chemie in Tennessee part 1

by tom44 on June 23, 2012

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German-based Polysilicon Manufacturer Becomes Tennessees 3rd Billion Project in Eight Months CLEVELAND, Tenn. Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen today joined Economic and Community Development Commissioner Matt Kisber, Dr. Rudolph Staudigl, president and CEO of Wacker Chemie AG of Munich, Germany and Dr. Ingomar Kovar, president of Wacker Chemical Corporation, Adrian, MI. in announcing the companys plans to build a billion dollar facility for the manufacture of hyperpure polycrystalline silicon in Bradley County, Tenn. Polycrystalline silicon is a primary component used in the manufacture of solar panels and semiconductors and the project is expected to create more than 500 new jobs for the region. This announcement further enhances Tennessees growing reputation as an innovation center in the development and manufacture of clean energy technologies, said Governor Bredesen. I appreciate Wacker Chemies investment in Tennessee and its recognition of the productivity of Tennessee workers, and Im very pleased the company believes Tennessee is the best place to enhance its position in a growing economic sector. We expect polysilicon demand from the solar and semiconductor industries to further increase in the coming years, said Dr. Staudigl. Purchasing this site is an essential prerequisite to quickly build up additional production capacities outside the euro zone in line with projected market trends and growth in demand. The facility will be located on an approximately 550

German-based Polysilicon Manufacturer Becomes Tennessees 3rd Billion Project in Eight Months CLEVELAND, Tenn. Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen today joined Economic and Community Development Commissioner Matt Kisber, Dr. Rudolph Staudigl, president and CEO of Wacker Chemie AG of Munich, Germany and Dr. Ingomar Kovar, president of Wacker Chemical Corporation, Adrian, MI. in announcing the companys plans to build a billion dollar facility for the manufacture of hyperpure polycrystalline silicon in Bradley County, Tenn. Polycrystalline silicon is a primary component used in the manufacture of solar panels and semiconductors and the project is expected to create more than 500 new jobs for the region. This announcement further enhances Tennessees growing reputation as an innovation center in the development and manufacture of clean energy technologies, said Governor Bredesen. I appreciate Wacker Chemies investment in Tennessee and its recognition of the productivity of Tennessee workers, and Im very pleased the company believes Tennessee is the best place to enhance its position in a growing economic sector. We expect polysilicon demand from the solar and semiconductor industries to further increase in the coming years, said Dr. Staudigl. Purchasing this site is an essential prerequisite to quickly build up additional production capacities outside the euro zone in line with projected market trends and growth in demand. The facility will be located on an approximately 550

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2 thoughts on “Wacker Chemie in Tennessee part 1

  1. outsidelookingin1000 says:

    Thanks for making the world a better place for all the people that drive past me while i stand on the roadside with a cardboard sign assholes!!!!Even though I have been a supported of solar before it was popular,have a college education and had a patent in the works for? technology that pertains to your industry before i fell on hard times.

  2. outsidelookingin1000 says:

    for all the publicity these guys have? i sure didn’t get a job despite have job experience and education that is relevent to what they do.wtf

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