Canadian Solar Supplying 10 Megawatts of Modules to Conti Group

Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) — Canadian Solar Inc., the third-best
performing solar manufacturer in the past year, supplied the
U.S. developer Conti Group with panels totaling 10 megawatts of

The modules were delivered in the third quarter, Guelph,
Ontario-based Canadian Solar said today in a statement. Terms
weren’t disclosed.

Conti, based in Edison, New Jersey, has installed projects
with more than 70 megawatts of capacity throughout the U.S,
according to the statement.

Canadian Solar declined 0.9 percent to $32.54 at 10:05 a.m.
in New York. In the last 12 months, the stock has gained about
85 percent, trailing only REC Solar ASA and SunEdison Inc. in
the 17-member Bloomberg Intelligence Global Large Solar Index.

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