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China’s Longi Solar to supply 64 MW of modules for projects in Europe

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The modules are for projects in Denmark and Portugal

China-based mono-crystalline solar cells and modules manufacturer Longi Solar is set to supply 64 MW of modules for projects in Denmark and Portugal, media reports said.

Longi has received the orders from Eurowind Energy, which has ordered a 22-MW batch for the Portuguese scheme, while 42MW will be delivered for two hybrid projects in Denmark. The order is part of the framework agreement previously signed in May.

Eurowind Energy chief executive Jens Rasmussen told the media, “Placing this order shows our commitment to solar PV from the Portuguese to the Danish markets. This is another proof that solar is a fully integrated part of our business alongside our wind portfolio.

“We look forward to seeing the panels arriving from Longi Solar’s facilities and begin the installation. We are comfortable that Longi Solar will deliver on time and with the same high quality, they have become known for.”

Longi Solar also supplied 477 MW of modules for the Sol do Sertao solar project in Bahia, Brazil.

Recently, it was reported that Chinese renewable energy firm Trina Solar will supply modules to the Futura 1 photovoltaic project in Brazil. Futura 1 will comprise three phases, made up of 22 individual facilities developed by Focus Energia, at Juazeiro in the Bahia region. The first phase of which will have a capacity of 850 MW.

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