The multicrystalline modules are expected to be used in five of China Power‘s photovoltaic projects in Hebei and Qinghai provinces and follow an order for 110 MW of Yingli solar modules to China Power subsidiary Huanghe Hydropower in 2011.
China Power is one of the five largest state-owned power producers in China and is involved in constructing the controversial Myitsone Dam in neighbouring Burma which is expected to provide between 3 and 6 GW of hydropower to China's Yunnan province when completed in 2017.
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