TOKYO, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co , Japan's second-biggest auto maker, said on Wednesday it is considering exporting solar cells as it plans to expand the annual capacity of a solar cell factory to 27.5 mega watts by the year-end. Production of solar panels is part of the company's drive towards a home-use energy business. Honda has not yet decided export details, spokesman Hideto Maehara said. Unlike conventional solar cells made from silicon, Honda uses copper, indium, gallium ...
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