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Evergreen Solar average salary is $105,448, median salary is $105,448 with a salary range from $90,896 to $120,000.
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Research Application Engineer 120,000-120,000 Santa Clara, CA, 95050 2013 Evergreen Solar Research Application Engineer Salaries (2)
Evergreen Solar Santa Clara, CA Salaries
Research Application Engineer 90,896-90,896 Santa Clara, CA, 95050 2010 Evergreen Solar Research Application Engineer Salaries (2)
Evergreen Solar Santa Clara, CA Salaries
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  • Evergreen Solar, Inc
  • Industry: Electronics
  • City: Marlboro, MA
  • Evergreen Solar, Inc. (www.evergreensolar.com) develops, manufactures, and markets solar power products utilizing the Company's proprietary and patented solar power technologies. The products provide reliable and environmentally clean electric power in global markets. Solar power applications include wireless power for remote homes, water pumping, lighting, and rural electrification, as well as complete power systems for electric utility customers choosing to generate their own environmentally benign green power.