Capital Dynamics selects ET Solar modules for 84MW North Carolina PV project

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The two firms have already worked together on PV projects in Massachusetts and California. Credit: ET Solar.

Solar developer and private asset manager Capital Dynamics has selected module manufacturer ET Solar to provide modules for 14 solar projects in North Carolina in the US with a combined capacity of 84.4MW.

ET Solar’s ET-P672 310/315Wp modules will be installed at the project sites, which range from 2.6MW to 7MW.

EPC firm DynaSolar will construct the project.

Shaughnessy Ryan, vice president of Capital Dynamics, said: “We have been extremely happy with our cooperation with ET Solar. The company's industry-leading combination of high quality, competitive costs, reliable power output and dependable logistics were major reasons we decided to use ET Solar modules for our projects.”

Patrick Guo, executive vice president of ET Solar, said: “This PV module order is the second major project cooperation between our companies; the first in 2013/14 included over 30MW of module purchases for projects in Massachusetts and California.

“The extension of the ITC brings enormous market opportunities in the United Sates, allowing us to keep expanding our already large presence there.”

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