Sinosol to build 20 MW project in Ukraine

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The company says the contracts for this project were already closed in the summer, with over 10 MW of solar components having already been shipped to Ukraine.

The solar power plant, set to be located in the Krym region, will be connected to the grid next year, according to Sinosol. It added that the main components for the project comprise inverters from SMA and crystalline modules from Jinko Solar.

Furthermore, the company says it is planning additional projects in the region, together with the Ukrainian investor, next year.

“We are excited about the entry into this new and attractive PV market. This is a further milestone in the internationalization of Sinosol-Group. In fiscal year 2011, the majority of our turnover will be earned outside of Germany,” says Raphael Krause, responsible for the PV project business on behalf of the executive board of Sinosol AG.

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