Global photovoltaic manufacturer, Hanwha Q Cells has supplied more than 17,000 of its modules to a 4.5MW project in France.
The project in Mazaugues, south-east France, was developed, constructed and connected by renewable energy project developer WSB Neue Energien’s subsidiary, VSB énergies nouvelles within 8 months. The solar array is expected to generate enough power for 4,000 homes.
The 17,352 Hanwha Q Cells’ Q PRO-G2 260 Wp modules were chosen for the recent carbon footprint certificate validation in order to qualify for subsidies in France.
“We are very happy about the highly professional collaboration with VSB”, said Stephan Maurel, director of cells and modules at Hanwha Q Cells France.