Canadian Solar supplies modules to German PV project

Canadian Solar Inc. delivered solar modules for an 8 MW photovoltaic (PV) installation built in the German city of Dreieich-Buchschlag. The PV project was built on a former waste landfill site.

More than 40,000 Canadian Solar modules were installed on an area spanning 153,000 square meters within the period of a few weeks. Frankfurter Entsorgungs- und Service GmbH (FES) was the project contractor, and onsite construction was carried out by the Sinusstrom GmbH. The solar park is operated by the RMS Rhein-Main Solarpark GmbH, a joint subsidiary of the Stadtwerke Dreieich and the FES.

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