Chris Eberspacher, a recognized expert in thin film technology and one of the higher-level technical executives at Nanosolar, has left the company.
Eberspacher had been serving as chief scientist for the company, and before that he was the vice president of research and development.
An analyst termed the departure "significant" because of the technical complexities involved in manufacturing, although Nanosolar CEO Martin Roscheisen said the departure does not impact the company. Nanosolar hopes to produce copper-indium-gallium-selenide (CIGS) solar cells by printing the active CIGS material onto thin foils or other substrates. Eberspacher is an expert in this field. … Read more