The new generation of high efficiency poly modules
With power output up to 360W
Lower hot spot temperature
Low NMOT (Norminal Module Operating Temperature)
Foundations for a sustainable future
Because there are limited natural resources to go around, we make them go around and around...
Canadian Solar’s Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2015 reveals a commitment to social and environmental considerations that runs broad and deep. It was completed in line with the international...
Preserving biodiversity in the Congo
Located in the Eastern regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Virunga National Park has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. Virunga National Park is home to a large portion of the world’s endangered mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, Okapis, and other rare species. It is...
Light Up Africa with Solar
During the COP 21 Climate Change Conference in Paris last December, Canadian Solar Chairman and CEO Dr. Shawn Qu made a specific call for action to phase out all kerosene lamps in the world and bring clean lighting to people without electricity in the next 10 years.
The numbers are striking....
Solar park or biodiversity preserve?
When it comes to improving the environment solar can offer a lot more than clean energy. Solar farms have also been shown to offer protection to rare species of birds, animals, plants and to foster biodiversity.
This was highlighted by the recent, and perhaps misinformed, decision by the UK...
Learning from schools that save with solar
Many schools around the US are switching on to the benefits of solar energy.
First stop is Fresno, California where students have sent their administrators to the top of class for investing in solar power. Millions of dollars will be saved on energy and the money will be used to improve...
Unspoilt paradises want to stay that way
Many an island paradise is choosing solar power over diesel and other non-renewables for their energy needs. By their very nature they are blessed with an abundance of sunshine, and the fact that island populations often rely heavily on tourism means they have a vested interest in keeping their...