Trina Solar subsidiary completes 5MW solar plant in Gujarat, India

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Trina Solar’s subsidiary, Changzhou Trina Solar, along with Lanco Infratech, has successfully finished the installation of a 5MW solar power plant in Gujarat, India. The plant was developed by Lanco and is said to be one of the largest single-location PV solar power plants in India and the very first for the State of Gujarat. Trina Solar supplied all of the PV modules for the solar power project.

"We are pleased to work with Lanco, one of India's leading integrated players with considerable experience in EPC, construction and power generation," said Ku Jun Heong, director of sales and marketing for Asia Pacific at Trina Solar. "India is one of the most promising solar growth markets, announcing its goal to achieve 22GW of solar energy by end of 2022. We believe our partnership with Lanco will play a significant role in fulfilling India's solar potential under the National Solar Mission."

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