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Canadian Solar Inc. says its subsidiary, Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., has signed a 10 MW module supply agreement with Algonquin Power Co. (APCo).

Under the deal, the company will provide APCo with its PV modules for a utility-scale solar power project in Cornwall, Ontario. Construction is scheduled to begin in the second quarter, with the project expected to be fully operational by the fourth quarter.

The plant is expected to include approximately 42,000 Canadian Solar CS6X modules.



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