Trina Solar Japan Energy Agri-PV project reaches commercial operation

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Trina Solar Japan Energy (TSJE), the Japan regional team of the Trinasolar ISBU (International System Business Unit), has announced that its large-scale 2.34MWp Agri-PV project in Fukuchiyama has entered commercial operation.

The commercial operation ceremony was attended by major project stakeholders, including Feng Chen, TSJE representative director, Masahiro Shimomura, president and COO of NCR Services Japan, the EPC contractor, and Koji Ogino, president of the Yakuno agricultural promotion corporation.

The project began construction in October 2023 and deploys Trina 210 N-Type 690W modules with original rectangular cell technology to maximize customer value through high power, high efficiency, high reliability, high capacity and low cost of electricity. It will produce an annual 2700 MWh of clean energy, eliminating 1760 tons of carbon dioxide.

As a large-scale Agri-PV project, the plant marks a new milestone for the Trinasolar ISBU team in the Japanese market. Solar sharing optimizes agricultural land use by enabling simultaneous crop production and energy generation on the same plot, fostering sustainable land practices, with Trinasolar adopting an innovative “PV+” model to promote the green upgrading of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries.

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