ReneSola to supply 22MW in UK
ReneSola will provide 22MW of its polycrystalline solar panels for two ground-mount projects in the UK.
The Chinese PV group will supply 250W and 255W PV modules for Low Carbon's planned 10.8MW installation at Bottom Plain, Dorset.
It will also deliver its Virtus I and II panels for a 15.6MW Cofely GDF Suez array at Bilsham Farm, Arundel. The project will provide electricity for roughly 3,600 households per year.
"We anticipate high demand for our modules over the next two quarters and have been working with our OEM partners to ensure stock will be available for all EPC contractors rushing to complete projects before anticipated changes in UK solar policy," ReneSola UK general manager Ian Glover said in an online statement.
In July, New York-listed Renesola — China's fifth-biggest module supplier — signed a framework deal with China Seven Star Holdings to sell it roughly 200MW of projects, beginning with 9.7MW in Bulgaria.
In mid-June, it teamed up with Switzerland's SolarMax to complete their first packaged module and inverter delivery in the US state of Nevada.
And earlier that month, ReneSola and utility EnBW switched on a 10MW PV project in Konigsbronn, southwestern Germany.