DuPont to Invest $120 Million to Increase Capacity for Tedlar® Photovoltaic Module Materials

by plastopedia on August 25, 2009

As a leading supplier of materials to the solar photovoltaic industry, DuPont is providing further details of a multi-phase production expansion for its high-performance DuPont™ Tedlar® polyvinyl fluoride (PVF) product line.

This phase of the expansion represents more than $120 million in investment which increases, by over 50 percent, the capacity of monomer and resin used in producing Tedlar® films. Tedlar® films serve as the critical backsheet component, providing long-term durability for photovoltaic modules in all-weather conditions.

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