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January 7, 2014
07:00 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy, China National Nuclear establish JV
Yingli Green Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Yingli Energy has entered into an investment agreement for the establishment of a joint venture with China Rich Energy Corporation Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation, to develop and construct distributed generation solar projects across China. As distributed generation systems, these projects will be located in close proximity to end-users of the electricity to be generated by such projects. Yingli China and China Rich Energy signed a framework agreement several months ago to outline their long-term, strategic cooperative relationship. The framework agreement contemplates establishment of the JV which will develop 500 MW distributed generation solar projects across China, 200 MW of which will be installed on sites to be provided by CNNC or its subsidiaries. Signing of the investment agreement indicates that the cooperation between Yingli Solar and China Rich Energy enters into the implementation stage.
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October 21, 2014
06:11 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy surpasses 2,000 MW of solar panel deliveries in Americas
Yingli Green Energy announced that it has surpassed two gigawatts of cumulative solar panel deliveries in the Americas. The more than 6M Yingli Solar panels delivered are now generating electricity for more than 85,000 solar projects across the region. Yingli estimates that more than 80,000 homes and 5,000 business and institutions in the Americas are energized by its high-quality solar panels. Its most popular product line, the YGE 60 Cell Series, is a versatile multicyrstalline solar panel suited for most solar applications, from off-grid systems to large-scale utility projects. Since early 2013, Yingli has deployed more than 150 megawatts of its high-performing solar panels Latin America and the Caribbean, becoming a leader in the region in fewer than six quarters.

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