Hanergy mulls Ivory Coast factory

Hanergy is one of China's biggest PV developers

Hanergy is one of China's biggest PV developers

Chinese PV group Hanergy is considering building a module factory in the West African country of Ivory Coast, following a meeting between company chairman Li Hejun and the country’s president, Alassane Ouattara.

Li and Ouattara met in the country’s largest city, Abidjan, on 22 January, and discussed the prospect of Hanergy investing in PV factories and plants in the Ivory Coast, the company says.

According to the Ivory Coast government, the factory alone would require an investment of about $500m.

Over the past few years privately owned Hanergy has acquired a number of foreign companies focused on copper, indium, gallium, selenide (CIGS) thin-film technology, to complement its PV toolmaking business, known as Hanergy Solar.

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