Canadian Solar Supplies groSolar’s Utility-Scale PV Projects

Posted by SI Staff on August 29, 2012 No Comments
Categories : Projects & Contracts

Canadian Solar Inc. says it has supplied more than 8 MW of solar modules to groSolar for three utility and commercial photovoltaic projects in the U.S.

The largest installation is a 6 MW plant currently under construction in Lancaster County, Pa. Canadian Solar was the exclusive provider of solar modules for the plant, which will supply approximately 7.5 million GWh of solar energy per year under a 15-year power purchase agreement. When completed, it will be the largest solar installation in Pennsylvania, according to Canadian Solar.

Two of the PV projects have recently been completed. groSolar selected Canadian Solar's monocrystalline PV modules for a 1.8 MW solar project located at the Camden County Municipal Utility Authority's wastewater treatment plant in Camden, N.J., and a 1.5 MW PV system at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa.

All three groSolar projects were built using Canadian Solar's workhorse module, the CS6P, the company notes.

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