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World's Largest Solar Panel Manufacturer
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Positioned on a former golf course in Okayama prefecture of Japan, the 42-megawatt Yingli Solar powered Mimasaka Musashi solar project commenced commercial operations in July.

Jointly owned by GE Energy Financial Services and Virginia Solar Group, the project helps to achieve Mimasaka’s goal of converting itself into a zero emission city and contributes to the end objective of Japan having 33% of its power generated from renewable sources.
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Is solar energy greener than other renewables? Here's 5 ways we think it is.

Yingli Solar Blog: http://yng.li/2ehTSTr

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We are at the Solar Power International (SPI) in Las Vegas Convention Center!

We have the new TwinMAX bifacial panels, YLM monocrystalline series and UL-Certified YGE Smart panels on display.

Come visit us at booth #1815 on September 13 - 15 to learn more.
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What’s the secret to a thriving organic produce?

Going solar! That’s exactly how Jjaras Farmgate has been producing fresh energy for their growing business.
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A town in northern New South Wales, is home to Australia's first energy and water autonomous medial centre. Hosting a 36kWp solar system, the energy storage system can store up to 72kWh of electricity.
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Learn how global warming is impacting coral reefs and what we could do to beat climate change.

Yingli Solar Blog: http://yng.li/2aMcPfS

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P & C King poultry farm in Victoria, Australia is now equipped with around the “cluck" solar energy with the installation of their 68kWp solar system.
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Solar technology has come a long way. Let us take you through a solar journey, from the early days when the sun shone at new finds to modern experimentation in the name of progress.

Yingli Solar Blog: http://yng.li/29Rxtv1

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In an effort to provide reliable renewable energy to education facilities, we partnered Its Time Foundation to power six remote schools in the Fiji Islands with Yingli Solar systems.

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Yingli Solar panels have been chosen by Turkish Petroleum Corporation Gas Station for its solar energy project in Alibeyköy district of İstanbul. This 39KW solar system was completed by Mepsan and it will power up to 60% of the gas station's total electrical demand.
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