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December 16, 2013
06:19 EDTYGEYingli Green wins 233 MW of solar PV projects in Algeria
Yingli Green Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Yingli China, together with Sinohydro and Hydrochina, formed a three-party consortium to win 233 megawatts of PV projects in Algeria. The projects will be developed by Shariket el Kahraba wa el Taket el Moutadiadida, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sonelgaz, which is in charge of electricity and natural gas distribution in Algeria. Sinohydro is a subsidiary of Sinohydro Group. In October, Yingli China formed the three-party consortium to participate in the bidding of SKTM's Algerian PV projects, which consist of four separate installations, totaling 318 MWs. The consortium received the winning bid notice this month for 233 MW in total. The consortium will take responsibility for the design and construction of the projects. Project construction will begin in January 2014, and is expected to be completed within 8 months.
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