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China based PV manufacturer supplies 20.5 MW of PV modules to UK solar park

Hanwha SolarOne, a photovoltaic (PV) manufacturer of solar modules, has announced that it will supply 20.5 MW of its high-performing HSL-60 PV modules to vogt solar, a fully-owned subsidiary of the Germany-based company, ib vogt.

The solar modules will be installed in one of the largest solar parks in the UK.

Upon completion, this project will represent ib vogt’s largest solar park in the United Kingdom to date.

For the past two years, Hanwha SolarOne has consistently supplied high-quality modules to a number of large-scale solar parks realized by ib vogt.

These include several projects in the United Kingdom, such as the 9.8 MW Manston PV park in Kent, the 6.2 MW Langunnett PV park in Cornwall, a 5 MW PV park in Wellow on the Isle of Wight, and a 5 MW PV park in Oving, West Sussex.

“We are very pleased to work with ib vogt once again, as we continue to expand our presence in the United Kingdom — one of our key markets in Europe,” said Hanwha SolarOne managing director Maengyoon Kim.

“With our high-quality PV modules, flexible ordering structure and capable sales team, we are ideally positioned to meet the United Kingdom’s solar power needs. We look forward to continuing to serve this important market in the future”, Mr Kim added.

Hanwha SolarOne delivered the first batch of HSL-60 modules in December 2013 and will complete the total shipment early in the first quarter of 2014.

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