SunEdison wins 31 MW of solar projects from Ontario Power Authority

Toronto, February 25, 2011 — SunEdison, won 31 MW AC of solar photovoltaic projects by The Ontario Power Authority as part of the province’s landmark Feed-in Tariff program.

This announcement adds to the 28 MW of ground-mount and rooftop solar projects already deployed by SunEdison in Ontario.

With more than 390 solar deployments worldwide, SunEdison will leverage our global experience to finance, build, operate, monitor and maintain the additional five photovoltaic solar energy systems in Ontario.

Located in communities across the province including Mississauga, Whitby, Drummond, Rideau Lakes and Ingleside, the projects will generate over 47 million kkWh of renewable energy in the first year of operation and produce over 873 million kWh over 20 years. That is enough energy to power more than 76,000 average Canadian homes for one year.

SunEdison was awarded two (2) 10 MW projects in Rideau Lakes, one (1) 10 MW project in South Stormont, one (1) 500 kW project in Mississauga, and one (1) 500 kW project in Whitby.

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