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Bentek Solar, a designer and manufacturer of PV products, has entered a contract to supply 170 MW of 1,000 VDC ungrounded string combiners and cable harnesses for the Centinela solar project in Calexico, Calif.

Shipments of the equipment are scheduled to begin shortly and will extend throughout the year.

The 275 MW Centinela project received approval from Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar in December 2011. Fluor Corp. is serving as the engineering, procurement and construction contractor.




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