Canadian Solar modules used in Pennsylvania project

Canadian Solar Inc. (Nasdaq: CSIQ) said its modules have been installed in a 5 MW solar plant in Lancaster County, Pa. The Keystone solar project was developed by Community Energy Solar and constructed by groSolar.

The 20,000 Canadian Solar 290 watt modules are installed on fixed tilt, ground-mounted aluminum racking and are interconnected to the PPL Electric grid.

Exelon Generation (NYSE: EXC) and Community Energy's retail marketing division committed to buy the output and backed the financing for the project, which will supply electricity to customers who sign up for a share of the generation.

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