ET Solar delivers 7.2 MW of PV modules to Port Allen Solar Farm in Hawaii

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ET Solar delivers 7.2 MW of PV modules to Port Allen Solar Farm in Hawaii

Greentech Lead America: ET Solar, a solar one-stop
solution provider, has delivered 7.2 MW PV modules to Helix Electric, a
national electrical contractor, for the Port Allen Solar Farm on Kauai, Hawaii.

The Port Allen Solar Farm is owned by Hawaiian Commercial
& Sugar Company, a subsidiary of Alexander and Baldwin, a premier Hawaii
real estate and land developing company dedicated to the agriculture sector.

Under a 20-year power purchase agreement, all the power
generated by the power plant will be sold to Kauai Island Utility Cooperative.
This is the largest PV installation on the island to date.

“We are very pleased with our business relationship
with a strong industry participant like Helix Electric. We are also very proud
that we are the key equipment supplier of the largest PV project in the region.
The significant transaction size demonstrates the growing demand and strong
interest for our high quality module products as we strengthen our footprint in
the burgeoning Hawaiian PV market,” said Dennis She, president and chief
executive officer of ET Solar.

ET Solar launches new Moly modules and salt proof modules

Recently, ET Solar launched its new Moly modules and salt
proof modules. The Moly modules employ new mono-like solar cells. It offers
cell efficiency of up to 18.2 percent. The module efficiency is designed to
peak at 16.1 percent and is comparable to conventional mono-crystalline
modules.

 

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