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31 MW China deal to boost solar projects in Germany

Solar modules will be used in German rooftop and ground-mounted solar projects

The solar modules will be used in rooftop solar projects in Germany
The solar modules will be used in rooftop and ground-mounted solar projects in Germany

A China firm has signed a contract to build up solar projects in Germany. Firm China Sunergy, a specialised solar cell and module manufacturer, has entered into a 31 MW solar module supply agreement with Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of renowned European solar distributor and project developer SUNfarming Group.

The solar modules will be used in rooftop and ground-mounted solar projects in Germany. China Sunergy is expected to deliver the modules next month.

Mr. Stephen Cai, China Sunergy's CEO, said: "This new deal with SUNfarmig Group marks the continuation of a long-time partnership and is evidence of their confidence in our products and trust in our company. Despite the looming subsidy cuts in Germany and uncertainty in the industry, we will continue to nurture our existing markets such as Germany, one of the most important solar markets worldwide."

China Sunergy supplied 23 MW of CSUN modules to the SUNfarming Group last year. All those modules have been successfully installed and are now functioning well as part of several solar projects.

Mr. Martin Tauschke, CEO of SUNfarming Group, said, "Our previous cooperation with China Sunergy was very successful. The product quality and services were reliable and satisfied our requirements. We treasure this partnership with China Sunergy, which will enable us to confidently expand our investments in solar projects."