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ET Solar modules selected for 84-MW projects in North Carolina

ET Solar PV Module

Capital Dynamics, a global private asset manager, has selected ET Solar as its module provider for 14 solar power projects in North Carolina, with a combined capacity of 84.4 MW.

As a Tier 1 solar panel manufacturer, ET Solar has been chosen to supply ET-P672 310/315Wp Modules for the 14 ground-mounted PV projects, which range from 2.6 MW to 7 MW. The projects are being developed by Capital Dynamics, with project construction managed by DynaSolar EPCM, an exclusive solar PV program management partner.

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“We have been extremely happy with our cooperation with ET Solar,” said Shaughnessy Ryan, VP of Capital Dynamics. “The company’s industry-leading combination of high quality, competitive costs, reliable power output and dependable logistics were major reasons we decided to use ET Solar modules for our projects. Our past experience with ET Solar’s well-engineered modules gave us confidence our investments were secure.”

ET Solar says this PV module order is the second major project cooperation between the two companies; the first, in 2013-’14, included over 30 MW of module purchases for projects in Massachusetts and California.

ET Solar has provided solar modules and turnkey solution services to customers in over 90 countries. For more info, visit its website.

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