Yingli Green Energy is to be the supplier to a large-scale solar power plant in its home continent of Asia. The company announced it had reached a deal for its Singapore subsidiary to supply over 10 MW of its multicrystalline photovoltaic modules to a solar facility in Malaysia.
The customer is Amcorp Power, a local holding company. The facility it operates, located in Gemas, is the biggest single-site PV power plant in the country at roughly 34 acres in total. Yingli Green Energy is to supply over 41,000 of its YGE 60 Cell Series multicrystalline modules to the project.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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