ET Solar & USE Reach 31-MW PV Module Deal

ET Solar Group Corp. this week confirmed that it has reached a 31-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) module sales agreement with Umwelt Sonne Energie GmbH (USE) in Germany. Under the contract, ET Solar will deliver a total of 31 MW solar modules to USE in 2010.

These modules will be used in USE’s various projects in Germany and other central European countries. The two companies signed a 13-MW module deal in January 2009.

“USE has been a very important customer and a strategic partner of ET Solar in the German market over the past two years. We are very excited with this agreement, which is taking our relationship to the next level,” said Dennis She, vice president and chief officer of Global Sales and Marketing of ET Solar.

Earlier this year, Solyndra Inc. announced that USE had completed the largest collective Solyndra project to date. The project consists of 1.9 megawatts (MW) of generation capability installed on 10 rooftop sites in Belgium owned by a large international food retailer.

The Belgium project involved the installation of 1.928 MW on ten sites in ten cities, and was completed in just two months. The power generated by the systems will be sold to local utilities under an agreement with the building owners.

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