Trina to supply 60 MW of solar modules for China projects

Xinyi Solar to use Trina Solar's modules available in 5 MW to 30 MW for utility-scale projects and agricultural greenhouse applications in China

Solar photovoltaic modules manufacturer Trina Solar will provide 60 megawatts of PV modules to Xinyi Solar Holdings Limited for solar power projects in China. Xinyi Solar, a solar PV glass manufacturer, plans to use Trina Solar's modules available in 5 MW to 30 MW for utility-scale projects and agricultural greenhouse applications. 

"Following the launch of our PDG5 module in early 2013, Trina Solar has received significant interest from both existing and prospective customers due to its superior value proposition and numerous unique features," Module Business Unit President of Trina Solar Zhiguo Zhu said in a statement. 

For the first quarter of 2014, Trina Solar said it shipped 558 MW of solar modules. Although this is a significant drop from the fourth quarter of 2013 with 770.1 MW of solar module shipments, Chairman and CEO of Trina Solar Jifan Gao said he is optimistic the company will reach its module shipment target for this year, raising it from 3.6 gigawatts to 3.8 GW. 

Trina Solar said it expects to complete delivery of the PV modules to Xinyi Solar in August.

More information on the solar PV market in China can be found at PennEnergy Research

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