27 February 2013 04:13 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Chinese photovoltaic products maker Renesola said late on Tuesday that it has shipped over 100 megawatts (MW) of photovoltaic modules to customers in Australia since January 2012.
The photovoltaic module shipments were used in a wide range of installations from domestic rooftops to large-scale commercial applications by leading solar retailers, distributors and project developers, Renesola said in a statement.
"The number of shipments to Australia has increased substantially in the last year. Since last summer, we have more than doubled our shipments there. This reflects both the pace of the Australian market and our burgeoning solar module business,” said Xianshou Li, CEO of ReneSola.
Renesola has also established a subsidiary in Japan in October 2012 to drive its sales and business development in Japan, it said.
In addition, Renesola has applied for its products to be listed by the Japan Photovoltaic Expansion Center (JPEC) for eligibility to receive installation subsidies from the Japanese government.
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