ReneSola provides 10.4MW of PV modules to solar project in Japan

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Delivery of the modules was completed in October. Image: ReneSola

Fully-integrated solar project developer ReneSola announced Tuesday that it has provided 10.4MW of its high-efficiency polycrystalline PV modules to Saferay for a ground-mounted solar installation in Japan.

The installation, located around Date city in Hokkaido prefecture, is expected to be operational by the end of November. Delivery of the modules was completed in October.

Thomas Gnefkow, managing director and CEO Asia Pacific for Saferay, said: “We are delighted to work with ReneSola for this project in Japan; ReneSola has always been our trusted partner. They provide excellent and efficient modules, and the service is very timely as well.”

Linfeng Zhang, ReneSola Japan general manager, added: “We are honored to work with Saferay again, and will continue to provide excellent products and timely customer service. Helping our customers to successfully develop their projects is our primary objective.”

Zhang added: “Despite increasing market saturation, demand for solar energy in Japan is still very strong. We look forward to further supporting solar deployment in the country with our cost-effective, high quality products.”

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