|Former Hynix plant to go solar||| Print ||
|Tuesday, September 29, 2009|
South Korean company Uni-Chem - which plans to buy Hynix's former computer chip plant in Eugene for $50 million - wants to use the facility to jump into the solar business.
Timing is critical because industry analysts predict that the United States will be the “next big market” for solar in coming years, Uni-Chem spokesman Yoon Ho Kim said.
As a newcomer to the solar industry, Uni-Chem wants to get started quickly, he said. “The faster you are able to come into the market, the bigger the piece of the pie you’re able to receive,” Kim said.
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From Oregon Translational Research and Development Institute: OTRADI today announced its plans to open and operate a 13,000 square-foot multi-tenant bioscience complex in the Willamette Wharf building at 4640 SW Macadam Avenue. Slated to be complete in spring 2013, the OTRADI Bioscience Incubator (OBI) will house up to six companies.
MEDIAmerica, publisher of Oregon Business and Oregon Home magazines, announces a new retail website: HalfOffOregon.com. The website offers lodging, dining, recreation and many other items at half off their regular cost.
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