GUELPH, Ontario, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that it has been selected as the sole photovoltaic ("PV") module supplier for a 2.1MW solar power plant at the Delhi International Airport in India.
"We are very pleased to supply our high efficiency modules to this landmark solar power project at the Delhi International Airport, which is so far the largest airport solar project in India," commented Dr. Shawn Qu, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Solar. "This is another example of our success in supplying our high quality modules to rapidly growing emerging markets, as we successfully execute on our market diversification strategy."
Canadian Solar PV modules were selected because of the high quality of its modules, the excellent in-field performance track record in India, and the Company's prior experience supplying modules to airport site solar power plants.
The construction of this project started in October 2013 and was completed in December 2013. Canadian Solar supplied its 60 cell high efficiency CS6P245P modules with power output of 245Wp for this project.
About Canadian Solar
Founded in 2001 in Canada, Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: CSIQ) is one of the world's largest and foremost solar power companies. As a leading vertically integrated provider of solar modules, specialized solar products and solar power plants with operations in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and Asia, Canadian Solar has delivered more than 5GW of premium quality solar modules to customers in over 70 countries. Canadian Solar is committed to improve the environment and dedicated to provide advanced solar energy products, solutions and services to enable sustainable development around the world. For more information, please visit www.canadiansolar.com.
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