South Korea backed JV invests $380m. in Saudi polysilicon plant

By Mark Watts
Published: Friday, 04 March 2011

KCC and Mutajadedah Energy Co. to build 3,350 tpa plant in Jubail by 2014

South Korea’s KCC Corp. and Mutajadedah Energy Co. (MEC) have agreed to jointly invest $380m. into building a polysilicon plant in Saudi Arabia by 2014.

The plant is expected to have an initial nameplate capacity of 3,350 tpa of solar grade polysilicon, which is used in the solar power industry...

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