Fidelis signs new $210 million contract to supply 93 MW capacity solar modules


Fidelis will begin shipments against this contract during the first quarter of 2011. The products will ship from the company’s module plant in China, and are scheduled to come online during the fourth quarter of this year.

Mr. Wes L. Volker, managing director of TSEL, commented: "We have continued to select Fidelis as our partner to supply our large solar installations due to the cost and performance advantages afforded by the Solar Cell technology owned by Fidelis. This second contract is another step toward a long and prosperous relationship with Fidelis as we develop and expand our energy business in Africa."

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