Trina Solar 210mm modules used in PV projects worldwide

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A 31MW floating solar plant in Thailand deploying Trina Solar’s Vertex 670W modules was connected to the grid in early March. It is expected to cut CO2 emissions by 41,000 tons and provide an average power generation of 46 million kWh, sufficient to cover the annual needs of some 18,000 households. 

The 31MW plant in Thailand. (Photo: Dongfang Electric)

The plant, in the country’s north-eastern Khon Kaen province, comprises four water surface arrays and is its first ‘demonstration’ project to integrate water-surface photovoltaics, clean hydroelectricity, a high-efficiency energy storage system and an intelligent energy management system.  

Yunduan Cao, Trina’s head of branding and marketing, commented: “Our 210mm modules feature high power, high efficiency, high reliability and high energy yield with lower LCOE, and cover small, medium and large-formats, providing solutions for ground-mounted power stations, residential and commercial and industrial settings. They therefore represent an ideal option for settings such as deserts, grasslands, water surfaces and rooftops, and are recognized as such by our global customers.”

Moving to New Zealand, an agrivoltaic farming project being built in the country’s Bay of Plenty has an installed capacity of 32MW, also deploying Trina 210mm modules. Once completed, the plant will generate some 53GWh of electricity, powering more than 6,000 homes and businesses.    

The 32MW plant in New Zealand. (Photo: Lodestone)

In Europe, another 20MW agrivoltaic plant in the Dutch city of Nijmegen has been fully installed. The project is based on the PV+ development model that integrates on-panel power generation with off-panel planting and is expected to generate an energy yield of some 18.7GWh in its first year.

The 20MW plant in the Netherlands. (Photo: Pfalz Solar)

All the above projects underline Trina’s ongoing commitment to providing its global customers with smart PV and energy storage solutions, contributing to a net zero future. 

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