CECEP Solar secures order for its 35MW solar modules for a power plant in Chennai, India

CECEP Solar has secured the order for 35MW solar module supply for a centralized solar power plant in Chennai, India.

According to the company the Project is a government project developed by one of the ten major developers in the country. The grid connection for the solar power plant is expected to be complete in March 2018. The company in a statement said the order for solar modules not only gets the overseas business of CECEP Solar off to a flying start in 2018, but also demonstrates the recognition of the high quality of products manufactured by CECEP Solar from Indian customer.

The module supplied for the Project is CECEP Full Power Series 325W common module featuring high efficiency and quality and its particularly excellent pressure bearing performance and responsiveness to low sunlight make it the first choice in terms of modules required by a ground-mounted centralized power plant said the company.

The high quality of such modules manufactured by CECEP Solar comes from strict quality assurance in each and every process. Qualification and production capacity of CECEP Solar firstly passed the strict screening by ECP. Then, these modules were manufactured under rigid supervision of a professional third party and passed the professional inspection by the developer before shipment. Finally, such modules successfully went through the final inspection of the customer and were shipped to Chennai, India.


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