CSun's 50MW Turkey framework deal

Workers on the module assembly line at the CSun plant in Istanbul

Workers on the module assembly line at the CSun plant in Istanbul

China Sunergy (CSun) has signed a framework agreement to develop 50MW of PV in Turkey with a unit of German PV system distributor Frankensolar.

CSun did not disclose the terms of the agreement.

The Nanjing-based manufacturer expects to deliver polycrystalline modules for a number of rooftop and ground-mount projects that KosiFrankensolar is developing throughout Turkey this year.

CSun opened a 300MW PV factory in Istanbul last year.

In April, the Nasdaq-listed company reported that it shipped 577.4MW of PV modules in 2013, up 47.7% on the year, as Asia surpassed Europe as its primary source of demand.

China accounted for 56.3% of its total revenues in the fourth quarter of 2013, while Japan was the source of 7.1%.

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