11 July 2013 10:54 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--ReneSola will provide Japan’s Silicon Bank with 12MW of 250W monocrystalline modules in August and September this year, the photovoltaic (PV) maker said on Thursday.
The solar modules will be used for a series of rooftop and ground-based projects, and ReneSola is expected to ship approximately an additional 20MW of PV modules to Silicon Bank in the near future, ReneSola said in a statement.
The financial aspect in the agreement was not disclosed.
“This contract win reflects our steady growth in Japan's solar market, which we expect will become our third largest market after the US and Europe,” said ReneSola’s CEO Xianshou Li.
Silicon Bank is a Japan-based commodity trading company that focuses on semiconductor parts and materials, according to the statement.
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