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The modules are scheduled to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2015. Image: Hanwha Q CELLS

PV provider Hanwha Q CELLS has signed off on a shipment deal that will see the company provide 35MW of its modules to utility-scale solar project developer SunEnergy1.

The modules will be utilised across three project sites in Hertford and Martin counties in North Carolina and are scheduled for delivery in the fourth quarter of 2015.

The projects will be supplied with the Q.PRO L-G3, which was specifically optimised for large solar power plants to reduce BOS costs, and the HSL 72S modules.

Justin Lee, president of Hanwha Q CELLS America, said: “We are delighted to be chosen by SunEnergy1 as the sole module supplier for this project portfolio in North Carolina. The USA is currently one of the key markets for Hanwha Q CELLS and we are constantly expanding our position as a leading supplier of solar modules to the U.S. market.”

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