China Sunergy’s 13MW modules commissioned in 25MW Indian solar project

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Solar cell and module manufacturer, China Sunergy, supplied 13MW of solar modules to a 25MW solar project in Gujarat, India. The project was completed in partnership with Visual Percept Solar Projects.

The CSUN solar modules deployed in the newly commissioned Project were supplied to Visual Percept in August 2011. 

Stephen Cai, China Sunergy's CEO commented, "The Indian solar industry has huge potential, and the country is keen to expand its alternative energy usage.  We are very committed to this market, and are very pleased that this project is now up and running, which is a testament to our reliable product quality. China Sunergy is not only further diversifying its geographic focus but also endeavoring to create better life for people all across the globe with our value-added products."

"China Sunergy's high performance products and dedicated service strongly impressed us. We look forward to working with China Sunergy on future projects to realize India's National Solar Mission," said Akash Bhanshali, director of Visual Percept's parent company.
 

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