The China-based company has been given the go ahead to undertake preparatory work for construction on a 310 MW ground-mounted plant and a 30 MW rooftop system.
In a statement released GCL said the ground-mounted project will be the largest of its kind in China when complete.
It added, "The approval of the Projects is regarded as the strongest support to the solar industry from the Chinese govenment [sic] since the European debt crsis [sic] and the USs anti-dumping and anti-subsidy cases against the Chinese solar products. This also marks as a milestone in large scaled solar farms projects construction plan that is adopted by the Chinese govenment [sic]."
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