Origis Energy, Cypress Creek place big orders of Maxeon Solar bifacial Performance modules

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Maxeon Solar Technologies will supply approximately 400 MW of high efficiency shingled bifacial Performance line solar modules to Origis Energy, for use in Origis’ U.S. utility-scale projects. Module deliveries will commence in June of 2023 and will conclude at the end of 2023. Additionally, Cypress Creek Renewables placed a multi-year order for approximately 315 MW to power multiple solar projects in both Washington and Texas.

“This 400 MW procurement agreement with Maxeon Solar Technologies is an important component to fulfill the robust Origis solar portfolio. The Maxeon technology will help ensure our solar plants meet performance goals to provide clean, competitively priced energy to our customers across the U.S.,” said Guy Vanderhaegen, Chief Executive Officer & President, Origis Energy. “Additionally, Maxeon continues to be a pioneer in sustainability initiatives including its leadership with Environment, Sustainability and Governance (ESG). ESG factors are important to all Origis stakeholders, from investment partners to utilities and corporate energy buyers. We look forward to a productive alliance with the Maxeon team.”

The Performance line solar modules use Maxeon’s shingled cell technology, protected by 83 granted patents. Utilizing bifacial mono-PERC solar cells made on large format eight-inch G12 wafers, the Performance line offers top notch efficiency along with enhanced shade tolerance and solid durability.

For CCR, this new order follows an earlier purchase of 48 MW of Maxeon’s Performance line modules.

Sarah Slusser, CEO at Cypress Creek commented, “Cypress Creek Renewables is excited to be working with Maxeon Solar Technologies to fulfill this mission as we move forward with further development opportunities. Having a solid module partner at this time with a strong manufacturing presence provides our organization with the comfort needed to turn our focus to a seamless project execution strategy.”

CCR’s power plant projects will be supplied from Maxeon’s recently expanded Performance line module capacity designed to serve the U.S. solar power plant market with leading-edge high-efficiency bifacial products that optimize customer levelized cost of energy (LCOE).

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