Building on their 30 MW partnership announced last year, China-based Yingli and Polands R.Power, formerly AMB Energia, have said they will build 60 MW worth of ground-mounted solar PV projects. It is expected that the systems will be included in Polands 2016 and 2017 auction systems.
Under the terms of the agreement, both parties will hold a roughly equal stake in the projects, which will be sold off to investors once they reach commercial operation. "Development … is well underway with the first bundle of projects already at advanced stages," said Yingli in a statement released.
No details were provided on the individual system sizes or locations. pv magazine has contacted Yingli for more information.
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