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Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. says its subsidiary, Yingli Green Energy Americas, has entered into the company's largest project supply agreement to date.

Yingli Americas was selected to supply 200 MW of modules for the Centinela solar project, which is currently under development in Imperial County, Calif.

Centinela Solar Energy LLC, a member of the power generation and transmission project developer LS Power Group, recently awarded Fluor Corp. the lump-sum engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract, as well as the operations and maintenance service contract, for the Centinela Project. The power generated by the installation will be purchased by San Diego Gas and Electric through 20-year power purchase agreements with Centinela Solar Energy LLC.




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