The companies have installed two residential rooftop installations in Sirmione (BS) and Cremona (CR), worth 99 kWp and 5,52 kWp respectively. They said the modules are directly connected to the grid, in order to meet the full energy requirements of the buildings and are expected to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 1.169kg/per year in Sirmione, and by 1.915kg/per year in Cremona.
Additionally, the two companies have collaborated on two fully integrated photovoltaic systems of 670-kWp and 811-kWp, which are both located in the Municipality of Siziano (PV). The former project is comprised of around 2,910 CS6M modules and has a nominal capacity of 737,000 kWh. The latter project includes approximately 3,530 modules with a nominal capacity of 892,000 kWh.
"We are really proud to collaborate with Blue-Tech for the installations of these new photovoltaic systems that will allow the clients to save on the energy bill and to contribute also to environmental sustainability," commented Dr. Shawn Qu, chairman and CEO of Canadian Solar. "We chose to work with Blue-Tech for their proven experience in the solar industry, their professionalism in marketing and their effective management in business operations."
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