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On Oct. 24th 2019 CETC (China Electronic Technology Group) Companies CETC ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT GROUP Co., LTD and CETC INTERNATIONAL Co., LTD have signed a Contract with Kalyon Güneş Teknolojileri Üretim Anonim Şirketi (A KALYON Group Company), the total Contract value exceed 100million USD.

As a Result of several months negotiations after CETC ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT GROUP Co., LTD,CETC INTERNATIONAL Co., LTD and KALYON Güneş Teknolojileri Üretim Anonim Şirketi in Turkey CETC Group Companies successfully signed with KALYON one of the most important Energy Project Contract in Turkey.

According to this Contract CETC Group Companies will set up a solar photovoltaic panel production plant that can produce ingot, wafer, cell and module production under the same roof. CETC Group will operate this factory 2years after comissioning. The factory will start production in the first half of 2020.

KALYON Energy is one of the major Energy investors in Turkey. KALYON Energy continues the construction of the Konya Solar Energy Plant which is above 1000MW. Kalyon Group will invest $ 1.5 billion in both the solar plant and the Solar panel factory.

The signing ceremony at Beijing State Guesthouse was held between the Chairman of Kalyon Group Board of Directors Cemal Kalyoncu and the Deputy Minister of Finance of the People's Republic of China and Xiong Qunli, the chairman of China Elektronics Technology Corporation (CETC).

Mr.Abdulkadir Emin Onen The Turkey's Ambassador in Beijing has attended to the Ceromoy too. KALYON Holding Chairman Cemal Kalyoncu said: "The Enthusiasm of Turkey Republic Day has been endured with this agreement.We will write a new success story with our huge investment to our Country to build Turkey’s First Integrated Solar Factory.Our Factory will start operations at the end of first quarter of 2020" Integrated Solar Factory to be established on an area of 80 thousand square meters in Ankara OSB will start trial production in April 2020. The factory will employ 1,300 people.