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Santerno, a business unit of the Carraro Group specializing in power electronics, says it has received the green light to supply a complete energy conversion solution for the 265 MW Mount Signal Solar project 1, which is under construction in California's Imperial Valley region.

According to the terms of the agreement, Santerno will supply a series of 1.5 MW plug-and-play stations, complete with inverters, medium-voltage transformers and remote control systems, for a total value of more than $25 million.

The contract marks Santerno's entry into the U.S. utility-scale solar market, the company notes.



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