Day4 Signs 10-MW Deal with Solera Sunpower

Day4 Energy Inc. has signed a 10-megawatt (MW) solar module framework agreement with Solera Sunpower GmbH for projects in Southern Germany. Solera Sunpower has been installing solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for the German market since 2004.

The company recently installed 150 kilowatts of Day4 modules on two complete streets of housing developments in Immendingen, Germany.

“Based on our positive experience with the Day4 Energy module performance, the evolving conditions of the German feed-in-tariff system forecasted for 2010 and our focus on the best quality PV solutions, we chose to continue our partnership with Day4 as our major supplier of solar modules,” said Silvano Jakob, CEO of Solera Sunpower.

Earlier this year, Day4 Energy entered into a supply contract to provide a total of 5.1 MW of solar modules to Hybridyne Power Systems Canada Inc. for projects that will be installed in Ontario, Canada by Hybridyne, which is owned in part by Atlantic Wind and Solar Inc.

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