Trina Supplies 2.2-MW of Modules in Thailand

Trina Solar’s subsidiary, Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd., has established a strategic partnership with Grenzone Pte Ltd, a system integrator based in Singapore, to supply its modules for solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Initial shipments commenced in March 2010.

Grenzone has been awarded the contract to design and build a 2.2-megawatt (MW) turnkey PV power plant in the northeast region of Thailand. Trina Solar is expected to supply approximately 9,600 high quality PV modules to Grenzone for the project which is expected to go online in August 2010.

“We are pleased to work with leading industry partners like Trina Solar to deliver renewable energy solutions to our valued partners to meet with increasing demand in this region,” said Teo Kian Lip, Operation & Project Director. “This is in line with Grenzone’s focus on optimizing the life-cycle solution costs and total system performance using Trina Solar’s best in class modules.”

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