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Str Holdings, Inc.  (STRI)
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Business Segments III. Quarter
Revenues
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2018)
%
(of total Revenues)
III. Quarter
Income
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2018)
%
(Profit Margin)
Total
2.55 100 % -1.30 -

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Growth rates by Segment III. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
%
(Sep 30 2018)
Q/Q Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Y/Y Income
%
(Sep 30 2018)
Q/Q Income
%
Total
-16.68 % 1.27 % - -

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Solar Energy Systems

Solar electricity is primarily generated by PV systems comprised of solar modules, mounting structures and electrical components. PV systems are either grid-connected or off-grid. Grid-connected systems are tied to the transmission and distribution grid and feed electricity into the end-user’s electrical system and/or the grid. Such systems are commonly mounted on the rooftops of buildings, integrated into building facades or installed on the ground using support structures, and range in size from a small number of kilowatts to hundreds of megawatts. Off-grid PV systems are typically much smaller and are frequently used in remote areas where they may be the only source of electricity for the end-user.

Solar Modules

PV cells are semiconductor devices that convert sunlight directly to electricity by a process known as the photovoltaic effect. A solar module is an assembly of PV cells that are electrically interconnected, laminated and framed in a durable and weatherproof package.

There are two primary commercialized categories of solar cells: crystalline silicon and thin-film. PV devices can be manufactured using different semiconductor materials, including mono-and poly-crystalline silicon for silicon cells, and amorphous silicon, gallium arsenide, copper indium gallium selenide and cadmium telluride, among others, for thin-film cells. Crystalline silicon cells typically operate at higher conversion efficiency. Historically, crystalline silicon cells have been higher in cost due to a more complex production process and the need for more expensive raw materials. In recent years, the price of polysilicon has declined rapidly, eroding the cost advantage of thin-film cells, while the gap in conversion efficiency narrows due to more rapid improvements in the thin-film sector.

During the last five years, the production of solar modules has migrated rapidly from the U.S. and Europe to Asia, primarily China.

Encapsulants

Regardless of the technology used to create solar energy from a PV system, the core component of the solar cell is the semiconductor circuit. To protect and preserve that circuit, solar module manufacturers typically use an encapsulant. Encapsulants are critical to the function of solar modules, as they protect cells from the elements, bond the multiple layers of a module together and provide electrical isolation. Encapsulants must incorporate high optical transparency, stability at high temperatures and high levels of ultraviolet radiation, good adhesion to different module materials, adequate mechanical compliance to accommodate stresses induced by differences in thermal expansion and contraction between glass and cells, good dielectric properties (electrical isolation) and resistance to potential induced degradation. Even slight deterioration of any of these properties over time could significantly impair the electrical output of the solar module, which is of critical importance in the solar industry, where solar module manufacturers typically provide 20 to 25-year warranties for their products.

Over the years, various encapsulant materials have been used in solar modules, including EVA, polyvinyl butyral (“PVB”), polyolefin elastomer (“POE”) and poly dimethyl siloxane or silicone. We currently use EVA to make substantially all of our encapsulant products, although we are currently commercializing a range of POE encapsulants. Our encapsulants are modified with additives to increase stability for long-term outdoor applications, such as solar modules. We have also begun selling EVA interlayer to the laminated glass market to further expand our product offering.
   

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