By dlacher on May 03, 2007
Hemlock Semiconductor Corporation, the world’s leading producer of polycrystalline silicon, will invest up to $1 billion in the next 4 years to expand its Hemlock, Mich. facility. The expansion, which is expected to start coming online in 2010 will increase the company’s total annual output of polycrystalline silicon to 36,000 metric tons, an increase of 90 percent.
I wonder how much of this produced here in Michigan ends up in chips that Sun uses?
For what it's worth.