ReneSola to supply solar modules to S&C Electric Company

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Greentech Lead Asia: ReneSola, a Chinese manufacturer of solar photovoltaic modules and wafers, has signed a contract to supply 7,200 of its 250-watt high-efficiency polycrystalline solar PV modules to a solar project to be built by S&C Electric Company.

The 1.8 MW solar PV project will be built in Roswell, New Mexico this year.

According to Dan Girard, director of renewable energy & energy storage business development for S&C, ReneSola met the product requirements, logistics and other special requests for our customer’s energization schedule.

ReneSola began delivery of the solar modules to the Roswell, New Mexico project site on April 8, 2013. S&C is responsible for the solar project’s engineering, procurement and construction (EPC).

The Chinese solar PV maker has gained strong reputation among U.S developers and EPCs.  This is the third such announcement the company has made over the past one month.

A few days ago ReneSola signed a contract with Strata Solar to offer more than 108,000 of its 300 watt high-efficiency Virtus II 72-cell polycrystalline solar modules for use in five 6.5-megawatt solar farms in North Carolina.

In March, ReneSola won a new contract to provide 460 kilowatts (kW) of its high-efficiency solar modules to Cummings Properties in Massachusetts. This is the second project for which Cummings Center has selected ReneSola modules.

Mr Xianshou Li, ReneSola’s chief executive officer said, “In 2013, we will remain committed to partnering with project EPCs and developers who are building sophisticated projects with tight timelines and special requirements.”

In Q4 2012, ReneSola shipped solar wafer  and modules with 713.2 megawatts (MW) in capacity, exceeding company guidance and representing an increase of 33.9 percent from 532.8 MW in Q3 2012.

Total solar wafer and module shipments for the full year 2012 were a record 2.2 gigawatts (GW), in line with Company guidance and representing an increase of 70.6 percent from 1.3 GW for the full year 2011.

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