Trina Announces 10-MW of Module Deals in China

Trina Solar Limited announced this week that it has made PV module sales in the Chinese domestic photovoltaic (PV) market. In the current fourth quarter of 2009, Trina Solar has entered into a new sales agreement to supply approximately 8 megawatts (MW) of PV modules at predetermined prices to the Chinese domestic market.

Shipments began in November and are scheduled to continue through December. The company also recently received government approval for a 2-MW project under the Golden Sun program, which aims to install approximately 20 MW of solar power capacity in every province.

“We look forward to playing an increasingly active role in China’s expanding solar market,” said Jifan Gao, Trina Solar’s chairman and CEO. “Trina has a strong background in system integration, a capability that is backed by solid experience. We are committed to promoting the adoption of clean, reliable solar power in the domestic market and helping China to achieve its 2020 renewable energy targets.”

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