CVD Equipment Corporation Offers A Compelling Solution For TCO Coated Glass

Date: 25 November 2009
CVD Equipment Corporation (CVD) announced today that an article about the Company was published in the November issue of Photovoltaics World magazine titled “Off-line APCVD offers paradigm shift for TCO glass end users”.

The article was coauthored by CVD executives Karlheinz Strobl, VP of Business Development, and Michael Gray, CVD's VP of Sales and Marketing.The article focuses on CVD's solutions for depositing Transparent Conductive Oxide (TCO) on glass, a market which is experiencing significant growth for applications such as thin film solar energy, energy efficient architectural glass and many other applications requiring the deposition of thin films for advanced functionality. 
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