Goldpoly has announced the connection of a further 180MW of solar power plants in China.
The investor and operator, whose largest shareholder is China Merchants New Energy (CMNE), said the connection took the company to its target of adding 400MW of solar to the grid in 2013, according to Alan Li, executive director and CEO, Goldpoly.
“We have delivered our promise to shareholders. Our team has been strengthening their efforts to work in collaboration with related parties to finalise the rest [of our] acquisitions,” said Li.
“Meanwhile, we have taken the initiative to work out a plan for acquiring more solar power plants in 2014. Leveraging on advantageous resources of our shareholder CMNE and our solid cooperation with other industry leaders, we are taking prudent steps towards the goal of building the most efficient and professional platform for operating solar power plants in PRC,” he added.
The plants in Ginghe, Qinghai province, were acquired from Zhongli Talesun in December 2013.
Goldpoly announced the closing of a deal to purchase 195MW of projects in Inner Mongolia last month.