The modules will be used to produce power in a ground-mounted project, which is to be built on 63.5 acres of land in Wiltshire, England.

The company will deliver modules from its warehouse locations in Poland and India to the new solar project.

According to UK energy regulator Ofgem, the new solar park is expected to generate clean energy to power around 3,800 homes per year.

Low Carbon chief investment officer John Cole said, "A key aspect of all of Low Carbon’s solar park investments is to ensure that high-quality equipment is used to maintain our drive for high efficiency."

ReneSola UK general manager Ian Glover said the firm has been selected to provide high-efficiency polycrystalline modules to new solar park project in collaboration with Low Carbon.

"Our office in the UK and further investment in research and development will better meet energy needs in the UK, which we expect will become the largest solar market in Europe," Glover added.

Image: ReneSola to supply Virtus and Virtus II polycrystalline solar modules to Low Carbon. Photo: Courtesy of dan/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net.