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Chinese PV to build 10MW solar energy plant in Germany

ReneSola will deliver multicrystalline solar modules to Saferay for German PV power plant in Brandenburg

The Chinese photovoltaic technology will be used to develop a solar plant in Germany

Chinese PV is being used to develop a solar power plant in Germany. China’s ReneSola, a leading global manufacturer of solar photovoltaic modules and wafers, has shipped 10MW of its high-quality solar modules to Saferay, a leading large-scale PV power plant installer in Germany.

ReneSola is delivering a total of 10MW of its 245 W and 250 W multicrystalline solar modules directly to Saferay for use in a PV power plant near Schwarzheide in Brandenburg, Germany.

Xianshou Li, ReneSola's chief executive officer, said: "This contract illustrates the importance we place on the German market and on raising our profile in the solar module industry. Our aggressive sales and marketing efforts have enhanced the brand recognition of our solar module business and have educated customers regarding the superiority of our solar products.

“We're confident that our multicrystalline modules will make a valuable contribution to saferay's PV power plant and we hope to provide additional modules to saferay in the future to support their growing network of leading large-scale PV power plants," he added.

Dr. Thomas Gnefkow, Saferay's managing director, said he was pleased to use the solar moduels in the new PV power plant.

He said: “ReneSola's reputation for timely delivery and competitive pricing are key to maintaining our typically fast construction time and leading cost position. As we are rapidly expanding our network of some of the world's largest PV power plants, we will continue to cooperate with ReneSola to provide us with high-quality solar modules."