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China sets up PV lab at Yingli manufacturing base

Posted: 21 Jan 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:photovoltaic? China PV lab? manufacturing?

The Ministry of Science and Technology of China has approved the establishment of the first national-level key photovoltaic laboratory. Dubbed the State Key Laboratory of PV Technology, the lab will be located at Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd's manufacturing base in Baoding.

Yingli Green Energy has actively devoted technology and management resources to facilitate both the application and the initial set-up of the laboratory. The laboratory will be established with the mission of driving the world-class PV technology development in China. The company expects to enjoy priority rights to commercialize the technologies developed in the laboratory at the company's production lines. The laboratory, as an independent research entity, has had the support of Baoding Yingli Group Co. Ltd, an affiliate of the company, throughout the application process to satisfy relevant application criteria.

"We are pleased to announce the establishment of the State Key Laboratory at our manufacturing base in Baoding," commented Liansheng Miao, chairman and CEO, Yingli Green Energy. "We believe technological innovation is essential to our position as a global leader in sustainable energy solutions and key to the quality and cost structure of our products. With increasing support from both the public and private sectors, we believe the laboratory has the potential to positively contribute to the development of the PV industry as a platform for the commercialization of cutting-edge PV technologies, as well as a center for academic and professional training."

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