First Solar receives 547 MW solar module order – Energy Global

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Wednesday, 01 May 2024 09:00

First Solar announced an agreement to supply Birch Creek Energy with 547 MW of advanced Series 6 Plus Bifacial thin film photovoltaics modules. The St. Louis-based renewable energy company plans to deploy the modules in projects across its development pipeline in the US.

“We are pleased to establish this relationship with First Solar, which we expect will enable certainty of module supply for a critical part of our development pipeline,” said Dan Siegel, CEO of Birch Creek. “By choosing to buy our modules from First Solar, we are strengthening our domestic content strategy with a trusted partner that delivers a competitive product.”

“Birch Creek’s decision to partner with us is a validation of our technology and competitiveness, and the value of pricing and supply certainty,” commented Georges Antoun, Chief Commercial Officer, First Solar. “We thank the team at Birch Creek for their trust and look forward to building on this relationship.”

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