Eurowind places 64MW solar order
- Modules from Chinese maker LONGi will power Portuguese and also Danish projects
Eurowind Energy has placed an order for solar modules amounting to 64MW with Chinese manufacturer LONGi Solar, as part of a structure contract formerly checked in May.
The agreement provides for the purchase of 118,637 modules for 3 projects in Portugal as well as Denmark.
LONGi Solar will supply LR5-72HBD 535-540W devices for all the projects.
A project in Portugal will certainly receive 22MW, while 42MW will be delivered for two hybrid projects in Denmark.
Supply is prepared from September onwards.
Eurowind Energy president Jens Rasmussen stated: "Placing this order shows our dedication to solar PV from the Portuguese to the Danish markets.
" This is another proof that solar is a totally integrated part of our organization along with our wind portfolio.
" We anticipate seeing the panels getting here from LONGi Solar's facilities and also begin the installment.
" We fit that LONGi Solar will certainly provide in a timely manner and also with the same excellent quality, they have come to be understood for."
Eurowind handling supervisor for the Southerly European area Pedro Pereira said: "We have actually been discussing a module supply framework agreement with LONGi Solar for quite a long time.
" I rejoice that we have lastly maximized those negotiations and started our initial order for three projects at the same time."
LONGi Solar senior vice president Dennis She said: "LONGi is delighted to provide our high-efficiency solar modules to Eurowind Energy.
" LONGi's ingenious modern technology and high quality have constantly maintained the leading placement in the sector in terms of integrity and stability.
" We wish to accept Eurowind Energy to produce a net-zero carbon future by facilitating the application of environment-friendly energy."
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