Trina Solar to Supply 96.2 MW of Solar Modules to the Largest Solar Project in Kyushu, Japan


Solar - Dec 10, 2015

Trina Solar Limited, a global leader in photovoltaic ("PV") modules, solutions, and services, is pleased to announce that it has signed a supply agreement with Toyo Engineering Corporation ("Toyo Engineering") to ship a total of 96.2 MW of solar modules to the Hosoe Mega Solar Project (the "Project"), which is developed by Pacifico Energy K.K. and expected to be the largest solar project in Kyushu, Japan.

The modules will be shipped starting from the fourth quarter of 2016 till January, 2018. The Project will be constructed on 140 hectares of land where a golf course was originally planned. The project is expected to commence commercial operations in the spring of 2018 and generate clean energy for up to 30,000 households, delivering annual CO2 emission savings of 68,200 tons compared with coal-generated power.    


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Ms. Ye Chen, President of Trina Solar Japan Ltd., commented, "We are thrilled to be partnering again with Toyo Engineering for another large supply agreement. We are delighted to see that the superior quality of our products alongside our extensive after-sales services has helped us maintain lasting business relationships with recurring customers. With cumulative installations of 6.5GW over the past three quarters, Japan remains one of the key markets for us, and the share of solar in the energy mix for the country is expected to further increase. We will carry on executing our growth strategies in the residential, mega solar and commercial segments while further diversifying our client base to expand our footprint in Japan's solar market. "
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Source : Trina Solar Limited

Published on Global Energy World: Dec 10, 2015

 
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