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Solarcycle partners with Silfab Solar for low-carbon domestic glass

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  • Solarcycle, a technology-focused solar recycling firm, has expanded its partnership with Silfab Solar, a manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV) solar systems, to purchase ultra-low-carbon domestic glass for solar panels.

  • Solarcycle's upcoming facility in Georgia is about 300 miles from Silfab Solar's newest factory in South Carolina, which will add 1 GW of American-made cell production and another 1.3 GW of module production after the partnership.

  • As part of the partnership, the two companies claim to reduce climate impacts by over 30% during manufacturing and more than 50% from shipping.

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