LONGi Solar’s Hi-MO 1 modules used on 168MW solar farm in Vietnam

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The PV power plant was said to have been commissioned as part of a 20-year solar power PPA inked in the second-half of 2018, selling electricity at a solar feed-in tariff of US$9.35 per kilowatt hour and met deadlines of June 30th for the tariff. Image: LONGi Solar

‘Solar Module Super League’ (SMSL) member LONGi Solar has supplied 168MW of high-efficiency’ Hi-MO 1’ monocrystalline PERC modules to Sunseap International’s completed PV power plant in Ninh Thuan province, Vietnam.

The PV power plant was said to have been commissioned as part of a 20-year solar power PPA inked in the second-half of 2018, selling electricity at a solar feed-in tariff of US$0.935 per kilowatt hour and met deadlines of June 30th for the tariff. 

The 168MWp solar plant is one of the largest to be built and is expected to power about 192,000 homes and reduce carbon emissions by 240,000 tonnes annually.

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