Trina Solar to provide 1-GW solar modules to Low Carbon

Feb 10, 2023 09:05 AM ET
  • Trina Solar will supply PV modules for numerous Low Carbon projects throughout Europe.
  • Vertex N 605W as well as Vertex 670W+ collection are the modules that will be supplied for the initial project of Low Carbon.

Solar PV and also smart energy service supplier Trina Solar has authorized a multi-year structure agreement with renewable energy business Low Carbon Ltd for the supply of at the very least 1GW of Trina Solar PV modules for multiple Low Carbon projects throughout Europe. The structure agreement spans three years. The module maker said that Vertex N 605W and also Vertex 670W+ series are the modules that will be provided for the very first project of Low Carbon.

The main launch of Trina Solar held that the framework agreement provides intending safety and security for project pipes and also will aid accelerate the having process for future orders. Low Carbon has actually currently protected 1GW of production volume covering its near-term project build-out intends with this.

The Modern technology

For the initial project distributions to the Netherlands and also the UK, Low Carbon selected Trina Solar Vertex N 605W modules. Geared up with 210mm n-type i-TOPCon cell modern technology, Vertex N series reaches an optimal power result of 605W. Additionally, this dual-glass solar module raises bifaciality to 80% as well as supplies higher performance, reduced deterioration, and also far better power yield for lower LCOE.

Trina Solar additionally held that module is extremely compatible with trackers, using even more feasibility to utility-scale projects in the most complex of terrains.

As per the module maker, Vertex 670W+ collection boasts a bigger power footprint, with an optimum efficiency of 21.6%. Fitted with 210mm cells, the chosen modules have a bifacial style and enhanced efficiency in reduced light areas, making them a versatile option for Low Carbon's upcoming projects.

Justin Thesiger, Director of Operations & Asset Management at Low Carbon, claimed, "The agreement marks an essential turning point for us as we expand our international renewable resource portfolio. Their high bankability and also ability to devote to high up front shipment volumes made Trina Solar a natural option."

Trina Solar claims that it has contributed to solar energy projects in Europe and also past, developing innovative services with industry-leading products and also facilities that fit client needs.

Last month, the firm likewise turned out 210 mm n-type i-TOPCon cells meant to be employed to generate Vertex N modules.

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