Preliminary statistics show that the group’s full-year PV generation hit 1341.9GWh, up sharply from 859.73GWh in 2015, according to an online statement.
In China’s Inner Mongolia, where United Photovoltaics operates 330 MW of PV capacity at eight sites, fourth-quarter generation was highest, at 113.4 GWh.
In Qinghai province, where it operates 200 MW of PV capacity at four sites, fourth-quarter generation fell slightly to 75.3 GWh, from 86 GWh a year earlier.
The Hong Kong-listed company operates 1.29 GW of solar capacity at 31 locations throughout China.
Last March, it acquired 295 MW of solar capacity in the country, followed by an additional 210 MW in May.
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