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Aug 07, 2019
Shihezi, China-- August 7, 2019 -- Daqo New Energy Corp. (NYSE: DQ) ("Daqo NewEnergy", the "Company" or "we"), a leading manufacturer of high-purity polysilicon for the global solar PV industry, today announced that it signed a three-year 112,800 MT ultra-high-purity polysilicon supply agreement with LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (“LONGi”), the world's leading mono-crystalline solar products manufacturer with expected 36GW of mono-crystalline wafer capacity, 10GW of mono-crystalline cell capacity, and 16GW of mono-crystalline module capacity by the end of 2019.
Under the supply agreement, Daqo New Energy will supply LONGi with 36,000 MT (inclusive of 18,000 MT in 2020 covered under the Company’s existing supply agreement with LONGi), 38,400 MT and 38,400 MT of ultra-high-purity polysilicon in 2020, 2021,and 2022, respectively. As part of the supply agreement, LONGi will make an advance payment to Daqo New Energy.
Mr. Baoshen Zhong, Chairman of LONGi, commented, "Daqo New Energy is one of the most important ultra-high-purity polysilicon providers in the industry. We have been working closely with them for years and are pleased to extend this strategic partnership for the next three years. Daqo New Energy’s ability to consistently deliver polysilicon products which meet our stringent quality standards is critical in supporting us as we expand capacities of high-efficiency mono-crystalline solar products to meet growing demand from downstream customers.”
Mr. LonggenZhang, Chief Executive Officer of Daqo New Energy, commented, “LONGi has been an excellent partner over the past several years. We are extremely excited to have the opportunity to further strengthen our strategic partnership with them. Developing high-efficiency solar products is critical to driving future growth for solar manufacturers. High-efficiency mono-crystalline solar products, which require ultra-high-purity mono-grade polysilicon as raw material, are increasingly popular amongst downstream customers and gaining market dominance. Our ability to produce ultra-high-purity polysilicon efficiently, leveraging our optimized cost-structure and growing production capacity, will allow us to benefit significantly fromthis growing trend.”
About LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
Founded in 2000and listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd.(SH 601012) is the world’s largest manufacturer of mono-crystalline solarproducts. LONGi’s product line spans mono-crystalline solar ingots and wafers to mono solar cells and mono solar modules, as well as solar power generation solution. For the year 2018, LONGi generated revenues of RMB 21.99 billion,with mono-crystalline solar wafer shipments of approximately 3.5 billion pieces, and mono-crystalline solar module shipments of 6.6GW, ranking as China’s top one solar module company by domestic module shipment. LONGi focuses on the development and production of high efficiency solar products, including PERC mono solar cells and PERC mono solar modules. Based on LONGi’s strategic expansion plan, LONGi plans to increase solar wafer capacity to 65GW by 2021,from 28GW in 2018.
About Daqo New Energy Corp.
Daqo New Energy Corp. (NYSE: DQ) (“Daqo” or the“Company) is a leading manufacturer of high-purity polysilicon for the globalsolar PV industry. Founded in 2008, the Company is one of the world’s lowest cost producers of high-purity polysilicon. Daqo’s highly-efficient and technically advanced manufacturing facility in Xinjiang, China currently has a nameplate annual polysilicon production capacity of 35,000 metric tons, and the Companyis undergoing a capacity expansion project and expects to increase its annual polysilicon production capacity to 70,000 metric tons in the first quarter of2020.
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