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26MW NC Project to Use Solar Frontier’s CIS Modules

published: 2015-12-10 15:57

Global CIS manufacturer Solar Frontier and Ecoplexus, an international solar project developer, has entered into the second supply agreement in a series of projects. Solar Frontier signed to supply 26MW of CIS modules for an installation in Martin County, North Carolina.

Charles Pimentel, COO of Solar Frontier Americas, commented, “We are pleased to be selected for this solar energy project and to work with the experienced team at Ecoplexus, a company dedicated to delivering the highest value in the solar energy systems they develop.”

“Solar Frontier’s product performance and exceptional customer service were significant factors in the decision-making process for a solar module supplier of these projects,” said John Gorman, CEO of Ecoplexus.

The construction work will be carried out by Vaughn Industries, one of the nation’s leading electrical/mechanical contractors with over 50 years of electrical experience.

Solar Frontier’s advanced CIS modules are a proven technology and generate higher energy yield in real-world environments than conventional crystalline silicon technologies. The modules are manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities, fully automated for manufacturing precision and consistently deliver high quality product. Solar Frontier’s solar projects have increasingly gained the attention of investors and project developers for their exceptional performance.

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