Under the terms of the supplemental agreement, in addition to existing agreements, the GCL-Poly subsidiary is expected to supply Trina Solar with around 7,500 megawatts of wafers and polysilicon over the next five years.
Delivery of the products, at predetermined prices, will commence from this month through to December 2015. Terms of the agreement are also said to contain a price adjustment clause.
Patrick Lu, Trina Solar's vice president of supply chain management commented: "The agreement to secure a portion of the company's wafer and polysilicon requirement from GCL-Poly continues to extend our advantage to support our long-term sales growth and market share expansion goals into 2011 and beyond."
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