Canadian Solar to supply modules for German PV project

Canadian Solar Inc. will supply all of the photovoltaic (PV) solar modules for one of Germany’ s largest solar power plants, built by GP Joule. The solar plant will generate 70 MW and be located in the Southern Brandenburg region of Eastern Germany.

For this project, GP Joule installed approximately 306,000 solar modules on four fields located in a former lignite mining strip in the East German city of Meuro near Senftenberg. In total, the plant will power 17,500 households with green energy. The financing partners for this project were HSH Nordbank, Unlimited Energy and Luxcara.

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