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German firm selects Chinese PV modules in 44MW solar deal

China’s Renesola chosen to supply solar technology to Enerparc AG in Germany

Enerparc is No. 1 in the German EPC rankings and proceeds with the construction of PV power plants in Germany and France

Chinese firm Renesola is to supply 44MW of its PV modules to a solar services company in Germany. The PV firm, a leading global manufacturer of solar photovoltaic modules and wafers, has agreed to provide German firm Enerparc AG ("Enerparc"), an international growing provider of solar power plant installation and operation services, with 43.6MW of solar modules. 35MW of the modules will be delivered through original equipment manufacturers ("OEMs") in Poland and India.

Mr Xianshou Li, ReneSola's chief executive officer, said: "Enerparc places great emphasis on reliability and quality. Their trust in ReneSola reaffirms the value of our solar module business. We're confident our competitively priced, high-efficiency solar modules and excellent delivery track record will help Enerparc achieve its project goals.

"Furthermore, our strong relationships with a number of OEMs allow us to maximise our international reach while lowering costs. We look forward to working with Enerparc and hope to develop a long-lasting relationship that will facilitate the wider use of renewable energy."

Enerparc is currently No. 6 in the global and No. 1 in the German EPC rankings and proceeds with the construction of PV power plants in Germany and France.

"The current market conditions are manageable for companies who are deep in the value chain," said Stefan Mueller, COO of Enerparc. Enerparc operates more than 400MW as IPP and sees further opportunities in India and the US.

Under the terms of the agreement, ReneSola and its contracted OEMs will deliver 43.6MW of solar modules to Enerparc between April and June of this year.

The news from ReneSola follows other Chinese firms contributing to solar developments in Germany. This includes China Sunergy, a specialised solar cell and module manufacturer. The company entered into a 31MW solar module supply agreement with a subsidiary of project developer SUNfarming Group in April 2012.