Rather than slam CSI for this bit of spin, I will point out that this announcement follows the firm's decision a few weeks ago to restart its module expansion program. Further, one of CSI's customers, an integrator by the name of Systaic, spoke in the release of the improving financing environment in its native Germany, and the bankability of CSI-powered solar plants. That's more than PR fluff.
On Tuesday, Suntech Power
By Friday, it was confirmed by Suntech reps that the firm had indeed entered into "a non-binding strategic agreement similar to our agreement with the Qinghai government," referring to an equally mammoth 500-megawatt project that came to light earlier this month.
Also seeing some Chinese love this week was Yingli Green Energy
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