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Chinese PV company supplies U.S. project

China's Yingli Green Energy Holding Company, a globally leading solar panel producer, said on Tuesday that it has supplied 25 MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules to Arizona's Queen Creek solar farm in the United States.

The installation used more than 90,000 Yingli solar modules and will generate electricity to power approximately 3,300 households.

The solar farm is owned by PSEG Solar Source, and was developed and built by Colorado-based engineering, procurement and construction contractor Juwi Solar Inc..

Under a 20-year agreement, all electricity produced by the Queen Creek solar farm will be purchased by the Salt River Project, the third-largest investor-owned utility in the United States.

Miao Liansheng, CEO of Yingli, said the company has consolidated its leading position in ground-based solar installations in the United States through providing products and support to Queen Creek, one of the biggest solar farms in use in the country.

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