Jul 15, 2011 - US solar modules maker Phono Solar has received an order for 10 MW of mono- and polycrystalline silicon solar modules from sector firm Sybac Solar, the US arm of Sybac Germany.
The contract is seen to strengthen the cooperation between the two companies in the US. It will also speed up the growth of Phono Solar's operations on the North American market, the company said.
The Sybac group has commissioned more than 130 MW of solar capacity around the globe, while it has another 120 MW under construction that should be grid-connected by the end of 2011.
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