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908 MW! LONGi has signed an Hi-MO 4 module cooperation agreement with Solatio, one of the largest developers of solar power stations in Brazil

Source:LONGi Solar

Recently, LONGi signed a cooperation agreement with Solatio Energy (hereinafter referred to as “Solatio”), a developer of Brazilian solar power stations.Under the agreement, LONGi will supply Solatio with 908MW high-efficiency Hi-MO 4 modules for large ground-mounted power stations in Latin America and for commercial and industrial solar projects in Brazil.

Solatio is one of the largest developers of GW-scale solar power plants in Brazil. The agreement also means that the two parties will work together to bring about a breakthrough in renewable energy in Latin America.

The LONGi Hi-MO 4 module products adopted in this cooperation have lower BOS and LCOE, and the excellent performance of the system has been fully verified in many practical application projects around the world. When completed, the project is expected to bring sufficient clean electricity to the region while creating hundreds of jobs. The cooperation between LONGi and Solatio not only shows us the broad development prospect of clean energy in the world, but also shows us the strength and unlimited development possibilities of leading renewable energy enterprises.

“It is a great honor to be a long-term partner of Solatio,” said Zhu Jiang, sales director of LONGi Solar Latin America. “we have the absolute confidence to help Solatio build benchmark projects in Latin America with efficient and reliable products and high-quality services, and to jointly promote the rapid development of renewable energy in Latin America.

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