Canadian Solar and Sol Systems Forge Partnership to Boost Solar Module Production

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Canadian Solar, a prominent player in the renewable energy sector, has joined forces with Sol Systems, a leading company based in Washington, D.C., to accelerate the production and procurement of solar modules in the United States.

This strategic partnership aims to leverage Canadian Solar’s expertise and resources in solar module manufacturing alongside Sol Systems’ robust project pipeline in the U.S. market. Canadian Solar has inked a framework agreement to furnish Sol Systems with a substantial supply of modules from its newly operational factory in Texas.

Under the terms of the agreement, Canadian Solar will provide Sol Systems with its advanced N-Type TOPCon (Tunnel Oxide Passivated Contact) solar modules to support ongoing and upcoming projects in the United States throughout the years 2024 and 2025.

Dan Diamond, Chief Construction Officer at Sol Systems, highlighted the benefits of Canadian Solar’s modules, stating, “Canadian Solar’s TOPCon modules enhance project economics by delivering higher yields, requiring smaller site footprints and lease costs, and reducing balance of system expenses.”

Thomas Koerner, Senior Vice President of Canadian Solar, expressed confidence in the partnership, noting, “Our cost-competitive TOPBiHiKu7 bifacial TOPCon module has garnered widespread market acclaim, providing project developers with the reliability of secure and long-term module supply.”

The collaboration between Canadian Solar and Sol Systems represents a significant step towards advancing solar energy production in the United States, as both companies contribute their strengths to drive innovation and sustainability in the renewable energy sector.

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