Canadian Solar to supply modules for Georgia project

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Canadian Solar has announced the supply of its modules to power a series of projects in Georgia totaling 5.1 MW with SolAmerica Energy.

Canadian Solar expects these projects to be completed in a month, as the sole provider of photovoltaic (PV) modules.

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Each of the projects will be owned by Citizens Energy Corporation of Boston pursuant to a development and EPC Agreement with SolAmerica Energy.

These projects will use Canadian Solar CS6X-310-P photovoltaic (PV) modules, and the energy produced will be sold to Georgia Power.


The projects under construction are Taylor County Industrial Park in Butler, Georgia: 1.8 MW ground mount, Cook County Farm in Lenox, Georgia: 1.3 MW ground mount, Terrell County Industrial Park in Dawson, Georgia: 1 MW ground mount and Goolsby Farm in Terrell County, Georgia: 1 MW ground mount.

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As part of the 8 MW of solar projects that SolAmerica will develop and build in Georgia by the end of 2014, these projects will help grow the base of solar energy in Georgia. Based on the performance and reliability of Canadian Solar PV modules in previous projects developed, the company has confidence in their product performance, said, R. Stanley Allen, president, SolAmerica.

Canadian Solar is pleased to be working with SolAmerica on these solar projects in Georgia and await their completion very soon and also look forward to future projects with SolAmerica in the Southeast United States, noted, Shawn Qu, chairman, CEO, Canadian Solar.

Sabeena Wahid
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