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LDK Signs Five-Year Wafer Supply Agreement With XL Telecom And Energy

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Xinyu City, China (SPX) Aug 14, 2008
LDK Solar has announced that it has signed a five-year contract to supply multicrystalline solar wafers to India-based XL Telecom and Energy Limited.

Under the terms of the agreement, LDK Solar will deliver approximately 300 MW of multicrystalline silicon solar wafers to XL Telecom and Energy Limited over a five-year period, commencing in the first quarter of 2009 and extending through 2013.

XL Telecom and Energy Limited will make a down payment representing a portion of the contract value to LDK Solar.

"We are pleased to enter into this long-term supply contract with XL Telecom and Energy Limited, a leading Solar Export company," stated Mr. Xiaofeng Peng, Chairman and CEO of LDK Solar.

"With this most recent supply contract we are looking forward to building a relationship with XL Telecom and Energy Limited as well as expanding our presence in India."

"As we work to achieve our capacity expansion and growth goals to meet the increasing demands of the global photovoltaic market in the coming years, we are very pleased to have LDK Solar as a long-term partner and look forward to their supply, in order to secure an important part of our wafer needs," commented Dinesh Kumar, Managing Director and CEO of XL Telecom and Energy Limited.

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