Maxeon secures 400MW bifacial module supply deal to Origis Energy

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After securing 315MW of modules to Cypress Creek Renewables earlier this week, Maxeon landed another supply deal of 400MW to Origis Energy. Image: Maxeon Solar Technologies.

Solar module supplier Maxeon Solar Technologies has signed a new contract to supply US solar and storage developer Origis Energy with 400MW of its shingled bifacial Performance line solar modules.

The modules will be used by Origis Energy for its utility-scale projects in the US with deliveries starting in June 2023 and carrying on until the end of that year.

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Jeff Waters, CEO at Maxeon Solar Technologies, said: “Origis’ decision to invest in our Performance line validates the technology’s performance, durability and reliability advantage over conventional solar panels, as well as its competitiveness. Moreover, it proves the confidence utility-scale customers have in our ability to deliver on our commitments.”

Earlier this week, Maxeon landed a deal with Cypress Creek Renewables to supply 315MW of its bifacial Performance modules.

“This 400MW procurement agreement with Maxeon Solar Technologies is an important component to fulfill the robust Origis solar portfolio. The Maxeon technology will help ensure our solar plants meet performance goals to provide clean, competitively priced energy to our customers across the U.S.,” said Guy Vanderhaegen, CEO and president of Origis Energy.

Moreover, Maxeon recently took aim at US commercial and industrial (C&I) solar market through a deal with performance assurance Omnidian.

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