Canadian Solar supplies solar modules for Denmark PV system

Munich, Germany, February 23, 2012 — Canadian Solar announced the supply of 2,800 photovoltaic solar modules for a rooftop system in the Danish city of Virum.

The solar installation, north of Copenhagen, has a capacity of 605 kW. SRU Solar AG, based in the city of Berga in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, constructed the PV system on two roofs of an office complex located in Virum, in cooperation with the young Danish energy company Greengo Energy.

Connected to the public grid in January 2012, this is the largest PV installation of its kind in Denmark. It is part of Greengo Energy's strategy to install PV systems on commercial roofs and to supply companies with solar power at prices below the market average.

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