Yingli to supply Indonesia solar power project with 10 MW of solar modules

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Yingli Green Energy, a solar energy company and photovoltaic manufacturer, will supply 10.2 MW of multicrystalline PV modules to Amcorp Power, which is a unit of Amcorp Group Berhad, an investment holding company based in Malaysia.

Located at Gemas, Negri Sembilan, the 10.26 MW photovoltaic project is owned and managed by Amcorp Power. The project is the company's largest single site photovoltaic power plant in Malaysia.

Spanning an area of about 34 acres, the project will use about 41,076 pieces of YGE 60 Cell Series multicrystalline module with peak power of 250 watt. It is estimated that the 10.269 MW PV power plant will be able to generate about 13.6 million kWh of clean electricity per year.

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