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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - SolarWorld AG, one of Germany's largest solar companies by revenue, is betting big on U.S. production, expecting to lift its capacity here to 500 megawatts by year's end and maybe double that if demand remains strong.

Boris Klebensberger, chief operating officer of SolarWorld and president of its Americas unit, said the company is using about half of the available space at its Hillsboro, Oregon location.

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