China Sunergy to supply modules to Nanjing South Railway solar project

10. January 2011 | Industry & Suppliers | By:  Becky Stuart

China Sunergy Co., Ltd., has entered into a supply contract with CEEG (Nanjing) Solar Energy Research Institute.

Nanjing skyline, China

The Nanjing South Railway Station is located a few kilometers south of downtown Nanjing (pictured). Image: Wikipedia/Godofnanjing200997.

Under the terms of the contract, China Sunergy will supply around seven megawatts of solar modules to the Nanjing South Railway Station solar roof project, which is cited as the world's largest stand-alone building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) project for one structure. When completed, the railway - located a few kilometers south of downtown Nanjing - will reportedly be one of the most energy efficient public buildings in China.

"China Sunergy is delighted to be the module supplier for the 'largest stand-alone BIPV project in the world," commented Stephen Zhifang Cai, CEO of China Sunergy. "We are very happy to see our high-quality solar panels being used in this landmark project, which will certainly raise public awareness and appreciation of renewable energy. We look forward to playing an increasingly bigger role in building China's eco-friendly projects."

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