Turkish-made Solar Modules for North Carolina Solar Project.
CSUN, a specialized manufacturer of solar cells and modules, has announced that it has delivered 3 MWs of its Turkish-made solar modules to Global Project Developer Suntuity as part of Suntuity’s North Carolina pipeline of 32 MWs of Solar Grid Supply Projects in the Duke Energy territory.
The ground-mounted solar plant is located near Greensboro, North Carolina and consists of 9,920 polycrystalline “Made in Turkey” modules from CSUN’s production in Istanbul-Tuzla. The PV electricity will be supplied to Duke Energy under a long term power purchase agreement.
Dan Javan, CEO of Suntuity commented: “In today’s challenging and dynamic solar environment, Suntuity continues to penetrate market spaces that were previously considered financially not viable.”
“We are pleased to be able to offer high-efficiency modules from our Turkish factory and thus ensuring reliable supply to our valued customers in the US. We are delighted to have Suntuity as a valued and experienced partner in this region.” states CSUN’s CEO Tingxiu Lu.
CSUN designs, manufactures and delivers high efficiency solar cells and modules to the world from its production centers based in Turkey and China. CSUN also invests in high potential solar projects.
Suntuity develops, finances and deliver solar energy solutions in markets around the world including roof top projects in South East Asia, off-grid solutions in Africa, utility projects in the Middle East and tracking solutions in North America. http://www.suntuity.com
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