Suntech (STP) Solar Panels Chosen For 4.7 MW Solar Plant in Taiwan

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10:33:27 am on March 17, 2010

Suntech just announced that its solar panels have been selected to power what will be the biggest solar power plant in Taiwan. The new plant , which will be owned and operated by Taiwan Power Company, will be installed in Young’an,
Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Liao Wen Sing, Vice President of Fortune Electric Co, which is developing the project, says that Suntech panels were selected on the basis of superior performance and reliability.

Suntech will begin delivery of the 6,640 280 watt advanced polycrystalline modules in June of this year. The 4.7 MW plant is expected to be up and running by early 2011.

In a press release, Roger Ye, Suntech’s President of Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa (APMEA), commented on the news:

“We have great expectations for the entire region. Asia and the Pacific already account for about one-third of the world’s total energy demand, although its per-capita consumption is far less than the world’s average. The region’s booming populations, strong economic growth engines, and abundant sunlight represent an exciting opportunity for solar and for Suntech.”

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