Sulfurcell signs 16 MW in supply agreements in China and India

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Under the agreements, an unnamed Chinese company will receive over 10 MW of solar panels to be deployed in new construction and building integrated applications, whilst in India, Sulfurcell is set to provide over six MW of modules by 2012 to the Prime Group of New Delhi for mainly commercial rooftop projects.

“Sulfurcell’s innovative solar energy solutions have been met with great interest in the Asian market. The new supply agreements in China and Asia for over 16MW of our CIS modules mark an important stage for us as we expand into the global market," commented Meyer.

Surinder Mehta, founder of the Prime Group added: "We value not just the technological competitive edge offered by the Sulfurcell modules, which are particularly good at generating high yields in spite of the heat of this region, but also Sulfurcell’s reputation for high quality. Our agreement with Sulfurcell marks the beginning of a what we hope will be a mutually beneficial collaboration."

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