Solar manufacturer, ET Solar, is supplying modules to a 21MW solar project in North Carolina.
ET Solar’s 1000-Volt rated, 295W and 300W modules are being supplied to North Carolina based solar contractor, FLS Energy, which will design and install the plant.
The 21MW installation will be used for military purposes and be grid connected by the end of the year.
A predicted 48GWh will be generated per year with electricity being bought by North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency, as part of a 15-year power purchase agreement.
Dennis She, CEO and president of ET Solar, said installations in North Carolina have reached nearly 260MW, making it the sixth largest solar power generating state in the country and the project for over 5% of total solar system installations in the region.
“We are very proud to be playing such a very meaningful role in facilitating North Carolina's solar industry development,” he said
Chris Dunbar, vice president and COO of FLS Energy, said: “We are very confident with continuing to expand our business strongly in the region.”