Trina: Thailand’s First 670W Distributed Industrial and Commercial Rooftop Connects to the Grid, and Trina Wins PV Tracker Orders in Chile

PVTIME – On May 12, Trina solar updated two of its overseas projects.

Recently, the first commercial and industrial distributed rooftop solar project was successfully connected to the grid in Thailand. The project uses Trina Solar enhanced reliability 670W Vertex Modules, which are suitable for most inverters and installation systems on the PV market. Trina Vertex modules performs well in wind tunnel test with 62m/s and is durable in extreme outdoor environment with high temperature and humidity in Southeast Asia. It is reported that a total of 1247 Vertex Modules are used in this project with an installed capacity of 810kW. The power generation of the project will reach 1.09 million KWH in the first year and help the enterprise to reduce CO2 emission by 914 MT per year.

In addition, Trina Tracker has signed an agreement to supply tracking systems with GEOM SpA for four PV projects located in valleys in the Region of Ñuble, Chile, where the high altitude, wind speed, snow pressure and complex terrain slope will bring great challenges to the projects. According to the agreement, Trina’s Vanguard-2P tracker, which is qualified with higher standard for wind resistance and structural stability, will be used in these four projects with a cumulative capacity of 42.3MW. All four plants will be operated under the Pequeños Medios de Generación Distribuída (PMGD) mechanism in Chile, and are expected to be delivered by the end of July and connected to the grid by the end of 2022.

Trina is very pleased to provide reliable PV products, which will not only achieve low carbon goal with the customers, but also reduce the costs for the customers.