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Chinese PV Industry Brief: SPIC commissions 2 GW of aquaculture PV

Chinese PV Industry Brief: SPIC commissions 2 GW of aquaculture PV – pv magazine International

SPIChas connected a 2 GW solar plant to the grid on a fish pond in Binzhou, Shandong province. The company built the huge project in five phases with the support of EPC contractor PowerChina. The plant occupies a water surface of around 44 square kilometers.

Leascend Photovoltaic Technology said it has signed an agreement with the government of Nantong, Jiangsu province, to build a CNY 7 billion ($970 million) heterojunction solar cell factory with a capacity of 12 GW. The company currently operates an 8 GW manufacturing facility that was commissioned in August.

The China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association(CNMIA) said that the average price for n-type monocrystalline polysilicon was CNY 7.52 this week. This marks a 19.23% decrease from the preceding week.

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GCL Technology Holdings has reached 400,000 tons of granular silicon production capacity, up from 10,000 two years ago. It said that in the first nine months of the year, 82 % of its external granular silicon shipments went to five customers, totaling 106,000 metric tons.

JinkoSolar has reported strong third-quarter results, with revenues of CNY 31.83 billion, up 63.1% from the same period last year. The company shipped 22,597 MW of solar products, reflecting a 21.4% quarterly increase and 108.2% year-on-year growth. This figure includes 21,384 MW of solar modules and 1,213 MW of cells and wafers.

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