- TBEA’s subsidiary Xinte Energy to sell 181,000 tons of primary polysilicon to Donghai JA Solar from April 2022 to December 2026
- China’s Risen Energy with Clēnera’s confirms timely completion of 127.5 MWDC solar parks in Iowa
- GCL System Integration Technology 2020 annual report shows decreasing operating income at RMB 5.95 billion ($0.92 billion)
JA Solar to purchase polysilicon from Xinte: In an announcement, TBEA said that its subsidiary Xinte Energy will be selling 181,000 tons of primary polysilicon to Donghai JA Solar, a wholly-owned subsidiary of JA Solar from April 2022 to December 2026. Last month TBEA said it intends to invest RMB 1.3 billion ($0.20 billion) in a polysilicon technology transformation project for its silicon subsidiary Xinte Energy and Xinjiang Xinte Crystalline Silicon High-tech Co., Ltd. to expand capacities (see China PV News Snippets: CSG, GCL, TBEA, LONGi, Shuangliang).
Clēnera with Risen achieve on-time installation of 127.5 MW solar park: Chinese solar PV module producer Risen Energy confirmed the timely completion of 127.5 MWDC solar capacity and subsequent ribbon cutting ceremony at Clēnera’s Wapello Solar project in Iowa. CEO of Clēnera Jason Ellsworth said, “2020 threw us a bit of an unforeseen “curve ball” which, in turn, made Wapello Solar a little more interesting to deliver timely. Thankfully, we could rely on some great stakeholders and technology partners such as Risen, who helped us to get across the finish line on schedule by responding to the constantly changing conditions during construction.”
GCL System Integration Technology releases 2020 annual report: Chinese solar PV company GCL System Integration Technology recently released its 2020 annual report, showing an operating income of RMB 5.95 billion ($0.92 billion), a year-on-year decrease of 31.40%. During the reporting period, the company’s main segments – modules, system integration and power generation achieved operating income of RMB 2.02 billion ($0.31 billion), 3.32 billion ($0.51 billion), and $361 million ($55.77 million), respectively, and accounting for 33.93%, 55.73%, and 6.05% of operating revenue, respectively. In March 2021, GCL had announced its plans to build a new factory in China with an annual solar panel production capacity of 60 GW (see GCL System Announces 60 GW Solar Panel Factory In China)