JIASHAN, China, March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — ReneSola Ltd ("ReneSola" or the "Company") (www.renesola.com) (NYSE: SOL), a leading brand and technology provider of energy efficient products, today stated that the European Commission has notified the Company regarding a potential compliance issue with the undertaking agreement, mainly due to the impracticality of monitoring the Company’s OEM producers and undertaking practice.
ReneSola has fully complied with the undertaking agreement and worked diligently with the European Commission to demonstrate its compliance with the practice of the undertaking agreement. According to standard procedure, ReneSola has the opportunity of commenting and providing supporting evidence to the issues raised by the European Commission. The Company intends to fully cooperate with the process and address any concerns or misunderstanding.
"MIP shipments represent a small percentage of our total module shipments and have no significant impact on our ability to service our European customers, or on our 2015 forecast, as we leverage our global manufacturing network while looking to expand our solar project initiatives in Europe," said Mr. Xianshou Li, chief executive officer of ReneSola.
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Founded in 2005 and listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2008, ReneSola (NYSE: SOL) is an international leading brand and technology provider of green energy products. Leveraging its global presence, and expansive OEM and sales network, ReneSola is well positioned to provide its highest quality green energy products and on-time services for EPC, installers, and green energy projects around the world. For more information, please visit www.renesola.com.
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