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Evergreen shifts work to China

Solar panels won’t be assembled at Devens factory

Evergreen Solar, which manufactures at its Devens plant the wafers and cells used in solar panels, will move the final assembly of those panels to a new plant in China. Evergreen Solar, which manufactures at its Devens plant the wafers and cells used in solar panels, will move the final assembly of those panels to a new plant in China.
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By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / November 5, 2009

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Little more than a year after cutting the ribbon at a new factory in Devens built with more than $58 million in state aid, Evergreen Solar said yesterday that it will shift its assembly of solar panels from there to China. (Full article: 643 words)

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