Solarstrom signs contract with Yingli Green Energy

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Working together since 2005, S.A.G. Solarstrom AG and Yingli Green Energy, have confirmed the signing of a contract between the two companies in regards to solar modules. Yingli will supply solar modules with a total output of 36.8MW to Solarstrom starting in 2009. Solarstrom in turn will procure further modules from Yingli at short notice on a purchase option basis.

“Yingli produces modules that satisfy every aspect of our very high quality, energy efficiency and durability requirements. Yingli is therefore one of our preferred module suppliers. These module capacities secure S.A.G.’s chances of growth in 2009“, says Dr. Karl Kuhlmann, CEO of S.A.G. Solarstrom AG.

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