Silfab Solar to supply 15MW of 300Wp mono modules to Auric Solar

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Silfab Solar recently expanded its manufacturing plant in Toronto, Canada to more that 300MW, up from 180MW. Image: Silfab Solar

Canada-based PV module manufacturer Silfab Solar said it would be supplying US installer, Auric Solar with 15MW of its recently launched 300Wp all-black monocrystalline modules for residential and commercial projects in Utah and Idaho through US distributor, Russell Pacific.

Silfab Solar recently expanded its manufacturing plant in Toronto, Canada to more that 300MW, up from 180MW. 

Deliveries of the modules were said to occur over the next few months.

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