Canadian Solar supplies modules for solar power project in Mexico

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Canadian Solar Inc. announced today it is supplying 8.7 MW of solar modules to EOSOL Mexico for a solar power project in Durango, Mexico. The ground-mounted facility will be Mexico’s second largest photovoltaic facility to date.

The project will use Canadian Solar’s MaxPower CS6X Solar Modules.

According to Canadian Solar Chairman and CEO Shawn Qu, Mexico represents an emerging market for solar. The entire installed Mexican photovoltaic market was 30 MW in 2012.

The formal ribbon cutting ceremony for the facility is scheduled for an unannounced date in the first quarter of 2014.

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