Hanwha SolarOne, a global photovoltaic (PV) provider of high-quality, cost competitive solar photovoltaic modules, recently supplied 12.9 MW of HSL PV modules to the Spanish/Portuguese consortium Gransolar & Hyperion. These high-durability, high-output PV modules are being installed in solar parks across the areas of Lisbon and Coimbra, Portugal.
"Throughout our years of working together, Hanwha SolarOne has proven to be a trusted partner, committed to the efficient delivery of high-performing products," said Juan Pedro Alonso, CEO of Gransolar. "In addition to this most recent project, Hanwha SolarOne has supplied modules to a number of Gransolar projects, including two in South Africa that totaled 155 MW. Together, we have achieved success on a global scale, and we look forward to working with this leading PV module provider in the future."
"We are proud to work with Gransolar & Hyperion, as we continue to bring our high-performing products to solar projects throughout Europe," said Min-Su Kim, President of Hanwha SolarOne. "Following the adoption of the rigorous price undertaking in the European solar market, solar project profitability is even more dependent upon the long-term performance of PV modules applied, which is why we are committed to providing high-quality products that translate into success for our customers."
Hanwha SolarOne continues to strengthen its position in the European utility-scale solar segment. In September and October, Hanwha SolarOne delivered another 17.8 MW of PV modules to six solar parks in Portugal. Furthermore, the company recently secured a contract to supply 20 MW of PV modules to solar parks in the United Kingdom in December and throughout the first quarter of 2014.