Comet Solar selects Canadian Solar for solar project in Leeward Islands
Aug 28, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Comet Solar, a solar installation company, has selected Canadian Solar Inc., a provider of solar modules, for the installation of solar modules in the Leeward Islands, a 600KW commercial project permitted by the St. Kitts & Nevis Government to date.
S.L. Horsford, a diversified trading company involved in multiple trading, service and manufacturing activities through its various operating departments, subsidiary companies and associated companies contracted Comet Solar for the installation. The installation will span eight different buildings and various businesses, including supermarkets, which have a high refrigeration load. Construction has already started.
Chris Mason, Comet Solar's owner, stated, "This project is our largest to date, with the challenge of having a remote location, a range of building types from steel buildings to concrete roofs and a mix of British and American electrical systems and voltages. As always, we wanted to ensure complete customer satisfaction for the life of the project. Canadian Solar's high quality, warranty and reputation meant we could be confident the client's investment would be protected and we would receive the best in customer support. While the price was also very competitive, warranty and quality were our first concern."
"We are pleased to be selected by Comet Solar for this exciting installation, which will directly help the business owner to reduce its high electricity bill due to refrigeration, air conditioning and other constant energy demands compounded by the high temperatures in the region," commented, Dr Shawn Qu, Chairman and CEO of Canadian Solar. "This latest win demonstrates the true power of solar energy to make our daily lives richer through renewable energy."
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