Canadian Solar to provide PV modules to Soleq Solar Thailand

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Greentech Lead America: Canadian Solar has been awarded an exclusive module supply agreement to provide photovoltaic (PV) modules totaling 91MW for Soleq Solar (Thailand) power plant projects in Thailand.

The solar power plants will be owned and operated by Soleq. Juwi, one of the world’s leading enterprises in the renewable energy sector, will provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for seven projects with a total capacity of 61MW located in the provinces of Kamphaeng Phet in the northwest and Ubon Ratchathani in the east.

Bouygues Construction, a company specializing in building, civil engineering, electrical contracting and maintenance, will provide EPC services for three projects in the Tak and Sukhothai provinces of north-east Thailand.

“We chose to work with Canadian Solar because of their vast industry experience and track record delivering high quality modules to large scale solar power projects worldwide,” said Adam Balin, Soleq.

“Canadian Solar understands our requirements for quality and reliability, and is a perfect fit with our focus on maximizing return on investment while generating clean, renewable energy for Thailand,” Balin added.

Canadian Solar will supply its CS6X high output modules for the projects. Module deliveries have already commenced and are expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2013.

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In another recent announcement Canadian Solar announced that its solar modules CS6P-P series (60 cells, polycrystalline) and its monocrystalline MWT cell modules, ELPS CS6P-MM series (60 MWT cells, monocrystalline) have all passed Fraunhofer ISE’s PID test.

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