Chilean solar project to use Trina Solar modules

Chinese solar photovoltaic technology provider Trina Solar will take part in a large-scale power plant in Chile, which will reach 70 MW.

The company will supply its TSM-PC14 solar modules, with an output of 300-310 W each, according to a report by Seenews.

This is the second order Trina Solar has received this year for projects in Chile. The first was agreed last April, when Trina received an order for modules of the same kind that reached 36 MW overall.

Trina says its modules provide stable performance in areas with high variations in temperature, such as Chile.

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