Summit Ridge Energy acquires 1.2 GW of US-made Qcells panels



Summit Ridge Energy’s latest order is the largest domestic purchase of solar modules in US history. It includes 20 MWh Qcells Geli energy storage systems.

Commercial solar company Summit Ridge Energy has announced a 1.2GW module order with Qcells to support the development of 350 solar projects over the coming years.

The expansion of the partnership between the developer and the solar module manufacturer is the largest equipment acquisition in history for the US community solar market. For the companies, the order is the start of bringing US-made clean energy projects to communities large and small, they said in a joint statement.

US Vice President Kamala Harris commemorated the deal in brief remarks at the Qcells plant in Dalton, Georgia.

“I am proud to be in Dalton today to announce the largest community order in American history, made possible by our administration’s investments to expand American manufacturing and increase demand for clean energy,” Harris said. “When we invest in climate, clean energy and manufacturing, we invest in America. President Biden and I will continue to fight to create opportunity in every community.

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