Order Focus: Yingli inks 51MW module deal with Payom Solar for 2010

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PV rooftop system specialist Payom Solar has signed a product order with Yingli that will see the module manufacturer supply 51MW worth of modules to Payom in 2010. Yingli will supply the modules throughout the year to the Germany-based company for an undisclosed price.

“This agreement extends the successful cooperation with Payom that we have enjoyed over a number of years, and also provides more visibility into the demand in major PV markets and our customer portfolio for 2010,” said Liansheng Miao, Yingli chairman and CEO.
 
“We have had many good experiences during our years of partnership with Yingli Green Energy, whose high quality products have helped us consistently deliver great solutions to our customers,” commented Mr. Jorg Truelsen, Payom Solar CEO. “This 51MW sales contract is the largest PV module purchase agreement in our history, and demonstrates our confidence both in Yingli Green Energy and in the market outlook for 2010.”

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