LONGi wins 400MW mono-module supply bid to CGN

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Xi'an LONGi Silicon Materials said it had successfully one bids by China-based PV project developer, China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development Co (CGNSED) to supply around 400MW of modules for planned projects.

Leading integrated monocrystalline PV manufacturer Xi'an LONGi Silicon Materials said it had successfully won bids by China-based PV project developer, China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development Co (CGNSED) to supply around 400MW of modules for planned projects.

LONGi’s integrated module subsidiary, LERRi Solar is expected to supply CGNSED. The deal was valued at around RMB 1 billion (US$150 million). CGNSED had opened tenders to supply a total of 500MW.

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