Canadian Solar Supplying 146.4 Megawatts for Honduras Projects

Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) — Canadian Solar Inc., the largest
North American-based solar manufacturer, agreed to supply panels
with 146.4 megawatts of capacity for two utility-scale projects
in Honduras.

The two 73.2-megawatt projects in southern Honduras are
expected to be complete by March, Guelph, Ontario-based Canadian
Solar said today in a statement. Financial terms weren’t

Solar Power SA and Compania Hondurena de Energia Solar SA
are developing the solar farms, which will generate enough
electricity for approximately 45,000 homes, according to the

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