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Chinese solar firm to develop 2.6 GW PV project

Samil Power secures USD 4.8bn to develop photovoltaic plants in Xinjiang

The agreement will see 2.6 GW PV plants built in China’s Xinjiang Province
The agreement will see 2.6 GW of PV plants built in China’s Xinjiang Province

A Chinese solar firm has won a USD 4.8bn deal to develop PV plants in the Xinjiang Province. Inverter manufacturer and project developer Samil Power has made a breakthrough in its PV business by signing the agreement in Xinjiang for 2.6 GW PV plants.

The initiative will be delivered over five years, committing USD 4.8bn and making a significant contribution to the sustainable development in Xinjiang.

The company said: “This 2.6 GW agreement facilitates Samil Power’s further expansion in its home market."
 
Driven by positive governmental policies, Samil Power has set many great records in large PV project construction last year which include 200 MW project in Golmud Qinghai, 20 MW project in Wulan Qinghai, 20 MW project in Qinglongxia and a 13.4 MW project in Suqian Jiangsu.