UK: CSUN signs 50 MW solar MOU


While a spokesperson for the Chinese solar company would not reveal the investment details, or who its partner is, they did tell pv magazine the MOU will see the installation of a solar park in the U.K. More details are expected to be made available in the next 4 weeks.

In a statement released, William Sheng, CEO of CSUN Europe GmbH, said "CSUN is preparing for large scale employment of its technology in solar park project realization … We are very pleased to have found the right partners from the investment community, with whom we have signed a 50 MW Memorandum of Understanding as first step of our UK extension plans."

CSUN will be exhibiting at the Solar Power UK tradeshow, scheduled to be held in Birmingham from October 2 to 4. Country manager, Yolanda Qin will be holding daily presentations on the important characteristics of photovoltaic modules in a solar park application.

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