Vasari modules for utility scale project in Northeast

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California-based Vasari Energy is to supply its solar photovoltaic modules to develop a utility-scale solar power project in the Northeast (US).

According to a statement, Vasari is to manufacture and ship more than 1,000 units of its 200-watt solar photovoltaic modules to the site under a $2.2-million deal.

The company reportedly finalized the purchase order for the ground-mounted, grid-connected system on May 27.

The system would be capable of powering more than 450 homes once completed. And it will be financed through an investment-grade, utility offtake agreement, according to the statement.

Vasari has several solar module products with commercial, industrial, agricultural, government and off-grid applications. It produces solar photovoltaic systems capable of generating energy at rates close to what utilities provide.

Vasari Energy has a diverse product line which caters to wide-ranging applications. While it offers 72-cell modules for utility-scale projects, it also has a 60-cell module for residential needs.

In January the company expanded its E-12 Series of products with a 12 volt solar panel.

The E-12 Series offers a full line of poly-crystalline PV solar panel modules, ranging from 10W to 160W. The company had stated that its 12V solar panels were ideal for off-grid battery charging, including street lighting, signage, pumping and telecommunications.

Ajith Kumar S

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