Trina Solar signs sales agreement with PROINSO

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Trina Solar Ltd., integrated manufacturer of solar photovoltaic products from the production of ingots, wafers and cells to the assembly of PV modules, has announced that it has began shipment under a long-term supplier agreement with PROINSO, distributor for solar photovoltaic equipments and a specialist in engineering services in Spain.

The modules will be used for solar projects in the U.S. and major European markets including Italy, Greece and Spain. Shipments for the second quarter of 2009-2010 are covered in the supplier agreement.

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Trina Solar will supply PROINSO with up to 25MW of PV modules in 2009 and 50MW in 2010. Prices and quarterly purchase volumes under this agreement are pre-determined through March of 2010. The company’s first shipment was made in late June 2009.

Mr. Arturo Herrero, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Trina Solar said, ”This agreement will further strengthen our relationship with PROINSO and allow Trina Solar to provide high quality modules made from our vertically integrated manufacturing platform.”

Mr. Gustavo Carrero, Marketing Director of PROINSO said, “This relationship assures a high quality technical solution that will enable us to successfully approach diverse PV markets worldwide, always fulfilling the needed requirements in terms of reliability, competitiveness and excellence, proven by Trina Solar in the recent years of our partnership.”

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