Ambitious Shunfeng reaches 890MW

The recent completion of a 50MW PV plant in Gansu province brings Shunfeng’s total grid-connected capacity to 890MW, with plans for several more gigawatts to be added to the Chinese PV group’s books in 2014.

Hong Kong-listed Shunfeng, already one of the world’s largest generators of solar energy, provided the update just weeks before it hopes to finalise its acquisition of Wuxi Suntech, the manufacturing arm of bankrupted Suntech.

Some 60% of Shunfeng’s capacity is located in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, with another 200MW in Gansu province, and smaller amounts in Shaanxi, Qinghai and Ningxia Hui Autonomous provinces, the company says.

Shunfeng has previously claimed ambitions to install another 2GW-3GW in 2014, with Suntech’s former factories set to churn out modules to feed Shunfeng’s Log in to read complete article.

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