Canadian Solar (NASDAQ: CSIQ) was established in Ontario, Canada in the year 2001 and now owns successful business subsidiaries in 20 countries and regions across 6 continents. It is a prominent provider of solar photovoltaic modules, solar energy, and battery storage solutions. They also develop utility-scale solar power and battery storage projects.
e-STORAGE Energy Storage

Canadian Solar announces the rebranding of its utility-scale storage division

Canadian Solar rebranded its utility-scale battery energy storage unit which was previously operated as CSI Energy Storage by its subsidiary CSI Solar, to e-STORAGE. The…
Solar Power Project Development

Canadian Solar rebrands its global development and services businesses

Canadian Solar announced the rebranding of its wholly-owned Global Energy subsidiary as Recurrent Energy. This subsidiary was previously dedicated to developing North American utility-scale solar…
Large-Scale Solar Project Using Canadian Solar Modules

Canadian Solar supplies 256-MW modules to South Africa's PPA-based large-scale solar

Canadian Solar, today announced the signing of a 256-MW module contract with a Cape Town-based SOLA Group, through its majority-owned subsidiary CSI Solar. Canadian Solar…
Solar & Storage Live MENA 2024May 29 - May 30, 2024New Cairo, Egypt
Solar & Storage Live is a leading renewable energy event in the MENA region. This gathering brings together utilities, IPPs, financiers, government and industry stakeholders to explore a series of…
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Mountain View in the Fukushima City

Canadian Solar converts abandoned land into a 100-MWp solar project

Canada-headquartered Canadian Solar announced its 100-MWp Azuma Kofuji solar project located in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, recently reached commercial operation. It is Canadian Solar's largest project…
Canadian Solar BiHiKu7 Solar PV Module

Canadian Solar's HiKu7 and BiHiKu7 solar PV modules perform well in DNV's test

Canadian Solar announced that its 210-mm-cell-based HiKu7 and BiHiKu7 solar photovoltaic modules, with power output up to 670W, have been recognized by DNV as highly…
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