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Asia Report: Solar Dispute Is Just Part of the Friction

, Chinese PV module manufacturer Sun Earth Solar Power Co., Ltd. has received approval to begin construction of a new crystalline silicon module production plant in Ningbo, China. The facility will include six independent production lines with a combined production capacity of 1.2 GW, bringing the company’s total production capacity to 2 GW. The company expects the plant to begin producing modules in 2012. German distributor SiG Solar GmbH says that it will work with Sun Earth Solar to double the module producer’s market share in Europe as early as 2012 Also, Chinese photovoltaic producer JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. has commissioned San Francisco-based URS Corporation to perform a company-wide environmental audit. Jinko marketing director Arturo Herrero said that Jinko is due to sign an agreement with French company Bureau Veritas, which provides conformity assessment and...

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