GCL System Integration Technology (GCL-Si) has revealed tentative plans to buy an unspecified state-linked semiconductor manufacturer, with Chinese media reports suggesting that the Shenzhen-listed PV module supplier may leave the solar cell and module business to exclusively focus on producing wafers for the semiconductor industry.
GCL-Poly Energy has signed a framework agreement with semiconductor manufacturer Tianjin Zhonghuan, under which the two sides will collaborate of the production of polysilicon and wafers, in addition to downstream PV project development.
Canadian Solar is racking up sales in China with another two solar power plants traded for $99.8 million.
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