First Solar and Energix Renewables have reached a deal in which First Solar will provide 5GW (dc) of its thin-film solar modules to Energix.
These modules will be used to power Energix projects in Israel, Poland, and the United States, and will be delivered between 2026 and 2030.
Energix currently has a portfolio of more than 7GW of projects that are under development.
In addition, Energix has enlisted the services of First Solar Recycling Services to handle the disposal of decommissioned modules.
Prior to this agreement, Energix had already ordered more than 3.5GW (dc) of First Solar technology since 2017.
Chief executive officer of Energixsaid, Asa Levinger, said “As we grow our pipeline, we want a trusted partner that will not compromise on quality, its commitments, or principles, and that partner is First Solar.”
“This deal, our largest ever, strongly reflects the long-term strategic partnership we share with First Solar.”
“It also constitutes a significant milestone for Energix’s long-term growth, as we rapidly expand our global pipeline, with an emphasis on the United States.”
Georges Antoun, First Solar chief commercial officer, said “We are pleased that Energix will power its asset portfolio with First Solar’s module technology.”
“This is another example of a large, sophisticated player choosing to de-risk its development portfolio by working with us.”
“They recognize that they do not simply get a high-quality, high-performance, responsibly-produced PV module, but a trusted partner and long-term pricing and supply certainty, which are rarities in the solar industry.”
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