Western Wind Brings Solar Power to Cali and Canada

John Davis

Western Wind EnergyWestern Wind Energy has partnered with Solon America Corporation to develop solar power for California and Ontario, Canada. Western Wind’s subsidiary Solargenics Inc. will work with Solon American Corporation, a subsidiary of Solon A.G. in Germany.

Western and Solon will cooperate and combine their respective capabilities to enable the development of 5 to 40 megawatts of photovoltaic – solar energy projects in California and an additional 5 – 40 megawatts of photovoltaic – solar energy projects in Ontario, Canada.

Solon America CorporationSolon shall be the exclusive supplier of photovoltaic equipment and engineering, procurement and construction services. Western will develop, own and operate all of the projects pursuant to this Cooperation Agreement.

Solon A.G. is one of the world’s leading producers of photovoltaic modules and specializes in the integration of photovoltaic technology, which makes it possible to convert sunlight into electricity.

Western Wind Energy currently produces 34.5 MW of energy from over 500 wind turbine generators located in Southern California. Western Wind also has over 155 MW of expansion power sales agreements with the associated projects in the late stage of development. In addition, Western Wind Energy has a credible pipeline of over 1,300 MW of site locations in the State of California.

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