Spanish solar company shuts Mexican plant

Siliken has shut down its Mexican solar photovoltaic plant after just 16 months, the company has announced.

Siliken will now produce PV modules solely in Spain and Romania as part of its restructuring plan, while confirming closure of its Tijuana plant.

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The firm’s plants in Spain and Romania, featuring fully and semi-automated production lines have a capacity of 280 MW.

"This global measure improves manufacturing efficiencies and solar panel deliverability across all markets, and guarantees product competitiveness in the residential, commercial and utility segments," stated Siliken Group President Carlos Navarro.

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