GCL moves aggressively into U.S. project development space with top-tier tax equity partner

In a major coup for a quickly emerging Chinese solar company, GCL Solar Energy, a subsidiary of GCL Poly Energy Holdings – a producer of polysilicon, ingots and wafers – signed a deal this week with Wells Fargo, which will provide more than $100 million of tax equity to GCL-sponsored projects by the...

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