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International Power Canada’s (IPC) 10MW Brockville Solar project has begun construction in Leeds County, Ontario. The project site has been cleared and final engineering has commenced. The company expects for civil works to continue through the summer in order to construct the racks for the modules.
Located in the Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley, the CAN$50 million project will see the AMEC Black & McDonald JV handle EPC services. Suntech is supplying the solar modules for the solar installation, with deliveries expected to begin this month. The project, developed under Ontario’s FiT program, is anticipated to begin operation in early 2013.
IPC's President Mike Crawley remarked, "With Brockville, IPC is diversifying our technology base and entering a new and exciting business area. We hope this is the first of many solar projects in our portfolio. We are pleased that the Brockville project is now under construction and will soon be providing clean, renewable energy to the province."