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ReneSola Ltd. is supplying its Virtus II 305 W polycrystalline modules to LTS Energy for a 330 kW solar project in Fallbrook, Calif.

The Ranch 41 solar farm is a fixed-tilt ground-mount photovoltaic project intended to offset the high energy costs of pumping water for agriculture. ReneSola and LTK Energy have previously collaborated on a 273 kW solar power system for Peppercorn Mutual Water Co. in Pauma Valley, Calif.

"An increasing number of farmers in the region are seeking our support to develop solar projects," says Larry Slominski, president of LTS Energy.

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