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|ReneSola Connects 180 MW of Distributed Generation Projects in China|
Over 170 MW of the projects will supply power to the utility grid under the Feed-in-Tariff of RMB 0.98/kWh.
Xianshou Li, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ReneSola, commented: "We are proud to be on track in our goal of developing over 300 MW of solar rooftop projects in
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