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Canadian Solar inks deal with EDF Renewables to supply 1,800 MW of solar modules

Canadian Solar Inc. signed a multiyear agreement with EDF Renewables North America to supply 1,800 MW of solar modules for projects in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

Under the deal, Canadian Solar will deliver its bifacial enhanced wafer BiHiKu (CS3W-PB) and enhanced wafer HiKu (CS3W-P) modules, according to a May 29 news release. Financial details of the agreement were not disclosed.

"As the US market recovers from the uncertainties brought by Section 201 tariffs and rushes to meet the step-down of the Investment Tax Credit deadline, we are seeing a significant rebound of demand in the US solar market which impacts module supply across the entire region," Canadian Solar Chairman and CEO Shawn Qu said.

EDF Renewables North America is a subsidiary of EDF Renewables Inc., the dedicated renewable energy affiliate of the EDF Group.