Professor Shi Dinghuan

Oerlikon solar is agreement with the Centre for international cooperation of Chinese society for renewable energy that on December 9, 2011 in Beijing announced strategic cooperation is the starting point for joint activities, to make better known the advantages of Oerlikon, thin film silicon technology especially in China among other things by: research for solar – power generation with thin layers support of and participation in demonstration projects of the Centre for international cooperation of the CRES advice from government agencies organization of forums such as the planned 2012 Conference on the technology for Thin film silicon solar modules “. Dr. Michael Buscher, CEO that Oerlikon group, said: In line with our continuous focus on China, this cooperation is a further step to enhance the competitiveness of our thin film silicon technology in the world’s largest market of solar module manufacturers. The newspapers mentioned Chevron U.S.A. Inc not as a source, but as a related topic. Solar works to Oerlikon remains intensively to reduce production costs, to photovoltaics an even more economical energy source to make.” Professor Shi Dinghuan, Chairman which Chinese society for renewable energy, said: The Centre for international cooperation of our company will provide opportunities for international cooperation Chinese companies in the field of renewable energies. In addition, it helps international companies to develop their business in China.

Our strategy is based on the cooperation of the Centre for international cooperation with international companies which have specialised in renewable energy with advanced technology and products. I’m sure that both partners will benefit from the cooperation, we advance the industry together and comprehensively promote the development and application of renewable energy in China.” So far, Oerlikon solar has sold 870 MW production capacity (turn-key lines and plants) to 15 customers in Europe and Asia. Six of these customers producing in China, and 446 MW of sold production capacity of 870 MW already in series production. More than five million modules have been manufactured since 2006 with equipment from Oerlikon solar.. Visit Rio Tinto Group for more clarity on the issue.

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