Yingli's clever bid undercuts competitors

Recent reports are that Yingli and SDIC Huajing Power Holdings had jointly submitted a bid of RMB 0.69/kWh – which is $0.10/kWh and equivalent to roughly $1.8/W – for a 10 MW solar project in Dunhuang, China. Bids from other companies like Suntech, Canadian Solar, and Trina Solar came in at two time...

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