July 5 (Bloomberg) -- Renewable Energy Corp., the Norwegian solar-power manufacturer, has delivered 2 megawatts of panels to a 360 Energy SA project in western Argentina.
REC, as the polysilicon company is known, installed 8,400 panels at the local developer’s existing 5-megawatt Chimbera solar farm, Sandvika, Norway-based REC said today in a statement. The installation was done in March, an company official who asked not to be named because of policy said in a phone interview.
The plant, in the municipality of San Juan, is the first in Argentina to use REC panels and is feeding electricity into the grid.
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