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GCL-Poly New Energy and Goldpoly New Energy to Build 300MW Wafer Plant in Quanzhou , dedicated to Goldpoly’s requirements.June 6, 2011    2011-06-21

    June 7, 2011 GCL-Poly New Energy and Goldpoly New Energy are to build a 300 MW capacity wafer plant in Quanzhou dedicated to Goldpoly’s requirements.

     Mr. Shu Hua, the Executive Director and President of GCL-Poly, stated, “We are very pleased to establish a long-term strategic relationship with Goldpoly which is a leading photovoltaic enterprise in the southeastern region of Mainland China. Goldpoly is the first solar cell manufacturing company established in Fujian Province. We have cooperated with them for many years and have established trustful relationship with each other. Goldpoly focuses on technology research and development, improves cell conversion efficiency, and develops innovative technologies and new products continuously. We are committed to capitalising on our expertise in upstream manufacturing to support Goldpoly. Both of us are dedicated to product quality and our commitments to customers, keeping order development in the market, and maintaining the long-term interests of the industry. This joint venture is not only a further development of the new mode of strategic cooperation between GCL-Poly and its downstream customers, but at the same time a strategic move by GCL-Poly to the southeastern region of Mainland China. It helps GCL-Poly to extend its business coverage to Taiwan and the emerging markets in theSouth-East Asia, which is strategically important to GCL-Poly.”

    Mr. Ka So Yiu, Executive Director of Goldpoly New Energy Holdings Limited, said, “GCL-Poly has been one of our high-quality suppliers and important strategic partners. The signing of the cooperation agreement reinforces the competitive advantages of eachother and the confidence in the solar business. This joint venture matches the futureexpansion plan of Goldpoly, and further assures our raw material supply.”

    Original Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-06-16/chinese-banks-back-10-billion-bid-to-build-solar-in-europe.html