PV module manufacturer Kyocera Solar’s North American facilities have exceeded the two million mark in the production of photovoltaic modules.

The company began manufacturing modules in North America in 2004 and has manufacturing sites in San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico. The modules produced have been used in residential, commercial and utility-scale projects across the Americas, Australia and other worldwide regions.

Steve Hill, president of Kyocera Solar, stated, “It took more than five years for Kyocera to reach the one million module mark at our North American operations and only two years to double it.”

Kyocera’s first PV modules were produced over three decades ago in Japan with production expanding to Tijuana in 2004 and San Diego in 2010.

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