The three PV systems, over 15Mw in total, are located in Churchtown, East Langford and Manor Farm, and use Canadian Solar's high quality and high-performing CS6P solar modules. The projects are expected to be completed in June 2011.
Shawn Qu, chairman and CEO of Canadian Solar, said: â€œCanadian Solar is a dominant presence in the UK alternative energy market. We have been committed to the UK market since founding the company given our broader penetration of the EU market. We have built out a strong partner, distributor and support network across all market EU markets.
â€œAs a result, we are in an ideal position to work and further grow with partners, like Isolux. We find time and again that Canadian Solar's quality and innovation leadership set us apart. By adding on the security of a standard module warranty we make the decision to partner with Canadian Solar an easy one.â€
In May 2011, Canadian Solar has signed an agreement to sell 81Mw of solar modules to Saferay at a fixed price for projects in Germany.
Canadian Solar is a vertically integrated company, engaged in the design, manufacturing and selling of solar cell and module products that convert sunlight into electricity for a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial applications.
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