LONGi Will Supply 1292MW Of PV Modules To L&T In Saudi Arabia

LONGi will supply 1292MW of PV modules to L&T in Saudi Arabia

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LONGi Solar Technology Co., Ltd. (LONGi) signed an agreement with Larsen & Toubro (L&T) to deliver 1292 MW of PV modules for two solar projects under construction in Saudi Arabia.


LONGi support the PV sector in Saudi Arabia

The signing ceremony took place in Dubai on Tuesday 15th of November with the presence of Dennis She, Senior Vice President of LONGi Group and A. Ravindran, Senior Vice President and Head of Renewables Strategic Business Group, who jointly signed the agreement.

The agreement covers two projects in Saudi Arabia where L&T is providing EPC services. Located in Jeddah, the first one has a capacity of 388MW and it is part of REPDO round II projects. The second project included in the agreement is Sudair, which is located in Sudair industrial city and has a total capacity of 1500MWac. LONGi was awarded the first 904MW of module supply.

Both projects are aligned with Saudi vision 2030, which aims to increase the contribution of renewable energy to the energy mix in the country.

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“LONGi is looking forward to working with L&T not only in supporting KSA on its 2030 vision of clean energy journey but also in exploring more opportunities to further strengthen the cooperation with L&T in the Middle East and other geographies”. Dennis She commented on the signing ceremony.

“LONGi with good quality products has been a long-term solutions provider to L&T. We cherish our relationship with them, said Mr. Ravindran. “We hope for a great relationship with timely supplies. LONGi and L&T have also been together making a significant contribution to the Middle East renewable potential by enabling more and more regions to benefit from clean energy solutions. We look forward to reaching closer levels of cooperation in various projects in India and the Middle East.”

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