Canadian Solar has executed a sales contract to supply photovoltaic modules to two utility scale projects totaling 146.4 MWp in Honduras.
These two projects, entitled Project Developer/EPC Solar Power S.A. de C.V. (SOPOSA) and Companía Hondurena de Energia Solar S.A. de C.V. (COHESSA), will be constructed in Honduras.
The construction will begin in December 2014 and will be completed by March 2015. Each project will have a 73.2 MWp capacity, carrying the total to 146.4 MWp. The energy produced will be corresponding to the power needed for 45,000 homes in Honduras.
These two projects signify a milestone for SOPOSA and COHESSA, with a vision of developing solar projects that continue the highest standards of sustainable development.
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