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August 8, 2014
05:19 EDTSOLReneSola to supply 22 MW in solar modules for UK utility-scale projects
ReneSola announced ReneSola UK will supply 22 MW of its high-efficiency polycrystalline Virtus I and Virtus II solar modules for use in two ground-mounted, utility-scale projects in the United Kingdom. The two projects are a 10.8MW Low Carbon project in Bottom Plain, Dorset and a 15.6MW Cofely GDF Suez project in Bilsham Farm, Arundel. The Bilsham solar farm represents the start of a long-term commitment from the area to supply green energy to the national grid. The site is expected to power up to 3,600 homes with renewable energy and to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 1.65M tons per year. ReneSola's Virtus I and II solar PV modules are based on a proprietary polycrystalline technology that features the efficiency and effectiveness of a monocrystalline structure. To maximize efficiency, the solar farms will use both 250W and 255W modules, which were manufactured by ReneSola OEM facilities outside of China.
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September 18, 2014
12:58 EDTSOLReneSola management to meet with Jefferies
Meetings to be held in Hong Kong on September 23-24 hosted by Jefferies.
September 17, 2014
05:31 EDTSOLReneSola expands distribution partnership with SolarMax
ReneSola announced a new partnership initiative with Swiss inverter manufacturer SolarMax to distribute SolarMax solar inverters in Australia. The partnership is an extension of ReneSola's distribution agreement in North America, and Australia will be the second country in the world where ReneSola will sell SolarMax inverters directly to the Company's customers. ReneSola will offer its solar panels along with SolarMax's P-series and MT-series solar inverters and accessories as a premium package to residential and commercial customers. The inverters are fully certified for use in Australia and New Zealand and are accredited by the Clean Energy Council, or CEC.

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