|This article does not cite any references or sources. (July 2013)|
The Company’s customers invovle some of the global manufacturers of solar cells and modules, such as JA Solar Co., Ltd., Motech Industries Inc., Solarfun Power Holding Ltd. and Suntech Power Co., Ltd.
As of December 31, 2007, it offered monocrystalline wafers in sizes of both 125 millimeter by 125 millimeter and 156 millimeter by 156 millimeter.
The Company possesses one of the solar wafer manufacturing plants in China based as of December 31, 2007. As of December 31, 2007, it had annual ingot manufacturing capacity of approximately 378 megawatt, consisting of monocrystalline ingot manufacturing capacity of approximately 218 megawatt and multicrystalline ingot manufacturing capacity of approximately 160 megawatt, and solar wafer manufacturing capacity of approximately 305 megawatt.
On January 14, 2011, ReneSola announced it had developed a new multicrystalline wafer, the Virtus Wafer, achieving an average cell conversion efficiency rate of 17.5%, more than 1% higher than the industry-standard cell conversion efficiency rate for cells using multicrystalline wafers.
Since 2005, Renesola has shipped 7GW of solar products worldwide, providing power for thousands of projects and households. ReneSola currently has over 1GW of OEM capacity in 14 countries, 28 warehouses, and 44 offices globally which offer local sales, warehouses, technical, and logistics services.
ReneSola's shares are currently traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: SOL).