The Sinosol Group is an internationally active provider of photovoltaic systems as well as planner and developer of turnkey solar parks. The Stuttgart based group offers a range of services in connection with planning and development, implementation and operation of solar parks and photovoltaic cells.
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Sinosol Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is Sinosol's latest funding round?
Sinosol's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of Sinosol?
Investors of Sinosol include Jadeberg Partners.
Who are Sinosol's competitors?
Competitors of Sinosol include Abengoa, Solarcentury, Xantrex Technology, SolarWorld Industries, Solairedirect and 10 more.
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