DuPont Co. has sold thin-film panels for a solar project in India, according to a statement.
DuPont Apollo, a unit of the Wilmington, Delaware-based chemical maker, supplied the panels to Yantra eSolar India Pvt., owner of the 5-megawatt project in western Gujarat state, according to an e-mailed statement today from DuPont.
The statement didn’t provide a value of the deal. The plant in Charanka village is scheduled to be connected to the electricity grid by August, according to the statement.
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