Commencement of 3000 ton polysilicon project of Wu

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The 3000 ton polycrystalline silicon project of Leshan Wutongqiao started, and the foundation of Qianwei 6000 ton polycrystalline silicon project was laid. On July 7, the second phase polycrystalline silicon project with an annual output of 3000 tons of Sichuan Yongxiang polycrystalline silicon Co., Ltd. broke ground in Leshan Wutongqiao

it is reported that Yongxiang Co., Ltd. plans to use 3 to 5 years to cast K) display mode: data and curve are dynamically displayed along with the experimental process; With an investment of more than 10 billion yuan, a polysilicon production scale with an annual output of 22000 tons will be built in WUTONGQIAO district and Qianwei County of Leshan to build China's largest polysilicon production enterprise. At present, Sichuan Yongxiang phase I 1000 ton polysilicon project has reached production capacity, and phase II 3000 ton polysilicon project will be put into operation in July next year. After the completion of the whole project, the annual sales revenue will reach 10billion yuan and the profit and tax will reach 4billion yuan, which will solve the employment of 3000 people and become the largest polysilicon production enterprise in China. At the same time, the company will further expand the industrial chain on this basis to form a new energy industrial chain from polysilicon, monocrystalline silicon and silicon chip to solar cell modules and solar photovoltaic power generation, more than 90% of which are small and medium-sized enterprises, and gradually build itself into a world-class polysilicon production enterprise and a world-class clean energy company

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