Photovoltaic module developer Canadian Solar has secured a 91MW photovoltaic (PV) modules supply contract from Soleq Solar, for power plant projects in Thailand.
As per the agreed terms, the company will supply CS6X high output modules for the solar power projects.
The delivery of the solar modules has already commenced and is slated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Commenting on the deal, Canadian Solar chairman and chief executive officer Shawn Qu said that the module supply agreement with Soleq Solar highlights the company’s success, by expanding its global presence, building new customer relationships, and gaining market share in important growth markets.
Soleq spokesperson Adam Balin said, "Canadian Solar understands our requirements for quality and reliability, and is a perfect fit with our focus on maximizing return on investment while generating clean, renewable energy for Thailand."
The solar power plants will be owned and operated by Soleq, while Juwi will provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for seven projects totaling 61MW in the provinces of Kamphaeng Phet in the northwest and Ubon Ratchathani, and Bouygues Construction will provide EPC services for three projects in the Tak and Sukhothai provinces of north-east Thailand.