ET Solar to supply modules for FLS Energy projects in North Carolina

ET Solar Energy Corp. announced July 7 that its high efficiency photovoltaic (PV) modules will power six utility-scale projects throughout the state of North Carolina, with a combined capacity of 24.5 MW.

FLS Energy, a full service solar energy provider, will finance, design, construct, own and operate the portfolio of projects. The solar energy power plants will use a total of 81,833 modules. Installation is scheduled to be completed by the end of the third quarter of 2014.

“This is an exciting time for FLS Energy and this portfolio of projects represents FLS Energy’s continued growth in the utility scale sector,” said Dale Freudenberger, CEO of FLS. “ET Solar has been a great partner to work with on these projects; they do what they say they’re going to do and have delivered a high quality and reliable product which is essential when you are building at this scale.”

Dennis She, President and CEO of ET Solar, said: “We’re delighted to work with FLS and support their execution of these sizeable projects. With our vast experience in the world’s key solar markets, we are confident to be a significant contributor to the growth of the renewable energy sector in North Carolina. We look forward to working with FLS and continuing to be one of their key success factors going forward.”

ET Solar is a leading smart energy solutions provider. With innovative solar technologies and tailored finance solutions, ET Solar said it provides professional one-stop solutions throughout the entire solar power plant lifecycle that includes development, financing, engineering, procurement, construction, and operations and maintenance.

FLS Energy is a full service solar energy provider that owns and operates a portfolio of solar energy assets throughout the U.S.

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