Under the terms of the agreement, GPS&T will supply China Technology Development Group Corporation's subsidiary, Trendar Solar, with 100 megawatts (MWs) of polycrystalline solar cells throughout 2011.
Sean Liaw, chief operating officer of CTDC commented: "This is the first purchase agreement we entered with the Goldpoly Group after signing our strategic cooperation agreement in November, 2010. We believe that the agreement will further ensure the supply of our raw materials and will strengthen our long-term relationship in the provision of solar cells."
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