ReneSola completes over 180MW of rooftop PV projects in China

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Over 170MW of the projects will provide power to the utility grid under the feed-in-tariff of US$0.14/kWh. Image: Renesola

Solar manufacturer ReneSola announced Wednesday that it has connected over 180MW of solar rooftop projects in China during the first half of 2017.

Over 170MW of the projects will provide power to the utility grid with a feed-in tariff of US$0.14/kWh.

Xianshou Li, chairman and chief executive officer of ReneSola, said: “We are proud to be on track in our goal of developing over 300MW of solar rooftop projects in China this year. At the midpoint of the year, we have connected about half of our goal.  

“These projects reinforce our optimistic outlook for the project development business. Successful grid connection not only reflects solid execution by our development team, it demonstrates the enormous market potential in the region. We believe we can accelerate our DG development in the quarters ahead, creating a strong complement to our burgeoning global project business.”

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