Trina Supplies Modules for 4.7-MW Project in Italy

Trina Solar Limited announced the completion of a 4.7-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) facility developed by ErgyCapital at the end of February, 2009. Trina Solar was the sole supplier of PV modules that were used on the rooftop installation by ErgyCapital. The project, the largest rooftop PV installation in Italy, was built in the town of Serravalle Scrivia in the Piedmont region of Italy.

According to ErgyCapital, the project is currently Italy’s largest solar PV facility and single roof-mounted solar system, involving approximately 38,000 square meters of solar panels. The system is expected to generate approximately 5 gigawatt-hours of electricity per year.

“This roof-mounted PV system is an excellent example of the many projects that we look forward to working on with ErgyCapital in the future,” said Arturo Herrero, Trina Solar’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We are pleased to work with established Italian investment companies such as ErgyCapital that specialize in renewable energy as we continue to develop our well recognized brand in Italy by providing efficient and clean solar energy in the years ahead.”

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