Solarfun & Meridian Sign Module Supply Deal

Solarfun Power Holdings Co. Ltd. has signed a contract to deliver five megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules to Meridian Neue Energien GmbH for projects in Germany.

Henry Bolz, managing director of Meridian Neue Energien said that German PV companies insist on high quality production standards from their suppliers and Solarfun meets those standards.

“They have built a strong track record over the years and we are certain that their 25-year PV module limited warranty will support our anticipated power output and forecasted investment returns. As owner and operator of large PV projects, we insist on comprehensive tests and quality controls. We have found that these can only be passed by manufacturers with a long history in the market, and we certainly believe that Solarfun meets the level of excellence that we expect,” Bolz said.

The PV modules will be used for six roof top projects, which are expected to be completed and grid connected in December 2009.

“We are pleased to sign this agreement with such a reputable and well established company. Meridian Neue Energien has stringent standards for the PV modules that they use and we are happy that they selected us for this project,” said Peter Xie, president of Solarfun.

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