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Canadian Solar Inc., Duke Energy Renewables, Integrys Energy Services and Community Energy Solar have announced the completion of two 1 MW solar power projects in Sterling, Mass.

The Sterling projects are co-owned by Canadian Solar and INDU Solar Holdings - a joint venture between subsidiaries of Duke Energy and of Integrys Energy Services. The ground-mounted installations were developed by Community Energy Solar and constructed by groSolar using 9,968 CS6P 240W Canadian Solar modules.

Sterling Municipal Light Department is purchasing the power generated from the projects under 20-year agreements.



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