GA Solar taps Trina Solar for one-year module supply up to 36MW

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A subsidiary of Trina Solar Limited, Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co., Ltd., has entered into a module supply contract with Gestamp Asetym Solar, S.L. (GA Solar). The order will see Trina supply between 20 and 36MW of modules over the next year. Some shipments of the modules, prices of which have been pre-determined as part of the deal, have already been received by GA Solar.

The agreement, the value of which has not been disclosed, was signed by Trina and the Spanish customer at Abu Dhabi’s recent World Future Energy Summit 2009. GA Solar has said that it is on its way to expanding its operations to new markets such as Italy, Greece, the U.S. and the Middle East.

“This agreement reinforces and confirms the strategic alliance between both companies,” said Mr. Jose Maria Rodriguez Paraja, Strategic Development Director of GA Solar. “This association assures a high quality technical solution that will enable us to successfully approach diverse PV markets worldwide, thereby assuring our needed requirements are fulfilled in terms of reliability, competitiveness and excellence proven by Trina Solar in our recent years of partnership.”

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