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Yingli and R.Power expand joint project pipeline in Poland to 60 MW

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Yingli Green Energy Europe and R.Power agreed to expand their joint project development pipeline in Poland from 30 to 60 megawatts (MW).

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As an extension of the two companies existing partnership, Yingli Europe and R. Power aim to develop a total of 60 MW of ground-mounted projects in Poland to be ready for inclusion into the auction systems in 2016 and 2017.

According to the companies' agreements, each party will hold 50% of the projects with the intention of selling them to investors once operational. Development of the projects is well underway with the first bundle of projects already at advanced stages.

Poland's renewable energy capacity is expected to grow in light of the European Union emissions rules, in which Poland aims to have renewable sources account for 15% of its energy by 2020. According to the plans by the Polish Ministry of Economy, a total of 11GW of RES installations shall be added by 2020.

Whereas wind will most likely play the dominant role in next year's auction, solar PV will capture a significant portion of the awarded renewable energy projects.

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