There was a huge agreement made at SPI this year, and it turns out it will be the biggest in the US. The deal is with Panasonic and reportedly will be 65 megawatts.
Reportedly, they will be using the high-efficiency, 72-cell panels for the commercial solar installation project that will be in Oregon’s Malheur County Rural Renewable Energy Development Zone.
Shipment of the SolarWorld panels will begin in 2016, confirmed by SolarWorld, will mark their largest supply deal ever, Previously, a 50 MW contract for a solar farm in Central Asia, and Americas largest of 33 MW, for a project in Ontario, Canada, were the largest.
SolarWorld U.S. VP of sales and marketing Ardes Johnson said, “This agreement once again demonstrates the value that SolarWorld’s technology holds for owner-operators who depend on the enduring reliability and performance of its products. As a major world producer with headquarters for the Americas located in Oregon, our success in securing this agreement shows that we are fulfilling Oregon’s faith in our company to compete on value.”
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