Hemlock Semiconductor outside SolarWorld’s creditors’ meeting

SolarWorld’s CEO Frank Asbeck (left) and CFO Philipp Koecke
Polysilicon supplier Hemlock was not admitted for voting at the creditors’ meeting of SolarWorld AG on August 11 – Image: SolarWorld

On August 16, a U.S. appeals court affirmed Hemlock Semiconductor’s claim of nearly $800 million against its ex-customer SolarWorld Industries Sachsen GmbH (formerly Deutsche Solar GmbH), a subsidiary of insolvent SolarWorld AG. The 21-page judgement can be found in our collection of PDF Articles.

However, Hemlock was not admitted for voting at the creditors’ meeting of SolarWorld AG on August 11. As pv magazine reports, „German authorities will make a decision in November whether Hemlock’s claim is legitimate or not.“

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