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SolarWorld sign the 65 MW solar panels to Panasonic!

SolarWorld to supply 65 MW of solar panels to Panasonic project in Oregon; Largest supply contract for a single PV project

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SolarWorld (Hillsboro, Oregon, U.S.) on September 22nd, 2015 announced that the company and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Co., a division of Panasonic Corp. of North America, have signed an agreement for SolarWorld to supply 65 megawatts of the companys high-efficiency, 72-cell solar PV panels for a solar farm planned in remote southeast Oregon.

The contract, to be fulfilled in 2016, encompasses the largest single project supply in the companys history, SolarWorld emphasizes.

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions will construct, own and operate the solar PV facility in a Malheur County Rural Renewable Energy Development Zone.

This agreement once again demonstrates the value that SolarWorlds technology holds for owner-operators who depend on the enduring reliability and performance of its products, said Ardes Johnson, U.S. vice president for sales and marketing.

As a major world producer with headquarters for the Americas located in Oregon, our success in securing this agreement shows that we are fulfilling Oregons faith in our company to compete on value amid fierce international competition while growing the Oregon economy.

Multi-MW projects in Asia, Ontario, and across the US

As a group of companies, SolarWorld has supplied a 50 MW contract at an undisclosed location in Central Asia. In the Americas, the company supplied a 33 MW project in southeast Ontario, Canada. Moreover, SolarWorld is actively delivering solar panels for multiple large projects across the United States.


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