GCL System Integrated Technology Has Acquired Solar Power System In Australia

Jon Capistrano
Jon Capistrano
October 19, 2017

PV-Tech reported that GCL System Integrated Technology has acquired their first Australian modular plant system from APSU Power based in Australia. APSU Power has stated that they were developing a 5-megawatt project in Australia that will take advantage two of the solar block systems.

Construction will start late October of this year and is expected to be completed and operational in February 2018.

According to James Hu, VP of GCL and head of Overseas Sales, the project is a major step for the company to becoming a big player in the mainstream markets of many developed countries. It also won the bid and the respect of clients amid the fierce competition from European energy players.

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