First Solar signs deal for 2 GW power plant in China

First Solar announced Tuesday that it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Chinese government to build a 2 GW power plant in Ordos City, China. First Solar's 2 GW plan – part of a 11.95 GW solar park planned in Inner Mongolia – represents the largest single solar project in the world to dat...

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