Canadian feds commit $15.3M to fund 20MW solar project in Alberta

The project developers will use “first-of-its-kind” emerging solar panel technology


The Canadian federal government has announced funding for the construction of a new solar power project in southeastern Alberta, specifically near Suffield.

Suffield is a hamlet in southern Alberta located roughly 250 kilometers east of Calgary along the Trans-Canada Highway.

The project, now called "The Suffield Solar Project", will be developed and owned by Canadian Solar and its subsidiary, Suffield Solar LP. .

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