Trina Solar Conquers Australia with 1 GW MoU
- Trina Solar signs 1GW Vertex Module supply deal with Solar Juice in Australia to boost its presence and meet the growing demand for its Vertex S+ modules. Get the latest on the commercial and industrial Vertex N modules for your business.
Solar panel manufacturer Trina Solar has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Solar Juice, an Australian solar distributor, to supply 1 GW of its Vertex modules over a span of three years. This deal will help the China-based firm to cement its presence in the Australian market. The Vertex N modules are tailored for residential and commercial applications with the Vertex S+ NEG9R.28 and NEG9RC.27 (450W+ mono-facial modules) and Vertex NEG18R.28 (a 500W+ n-type i-TOPCon dual-glass module) for commercial and industrial segment respectively.
Trina Solar has had a presence in the Australian market since 2011 and has signed various MoUs with distributors and firms in the country. The Vertex S+ dual-glass module series integrated with 210mm rectangular silicon wafer (210R) cells and n-type iTOPCon technology has been seeing growing demand in the Australian market. This demand is being further supported by Australia’s installed solar capacity standing at 30 GW in 2022, with residential and commercial & industrial segment having 1.35 and 1.47 GW installations respectively.
What Impact Will Trina Solar's 1 GW Vertex Supply Deal Have on Australia?
Impact of Trina Solar's 1 GW Vertex Supply Deal:
- This deal will help strengthen Trina Solar’s presence in the Australian market.
- Vertex modules are tailored for residential and commercial applications in Australia, helping to meet the needs of the growing demand.
- The 210mm rectangular silicon wafer (210R) cells and n-type iTOPCon technology used in the Vertex S+ dual-glass module series makes them an ideal solution for Australian solar installers.
- The 1GW Vertex Supply Deal is expected to help boost solar capacity in Australia, which is estimated to hit 30GW in 2022.
- The Vertex Supply Deal could support the current 1.35GW of residential and 1.47GW of commercial & industrial solar installations in Australia.