Solar PV Modules – CHANGZHOU, China, June, 2014 ( Solar Thermal Magazine ) – Trina Solar Limited (NYSE: TSL) (“Trina Solar” or the “Company”), a global leader in photovoltaic (“PV”) modules, solutions, and services, today announced it will supply 60MW of PV modules to Xinyi Solar Holdings Limited (“Xinyi Solar”), one of the world’s largest solar PV glass manufacturers, for its utility scale and agricultural greenhouse solar projects in Anhui, China.
“We are pleased to be working with our long term strategic partner Xinyi Solar to support its continuing solar project development in China,” said Zhiguo Zhu, Module Business Unit President of Trina Solar.
Following the launch of our PDG5 module in early 2013, Trina Solar has received significant interest from both existing and prospective customers due to its superior value proposition and numerous unique features. With an extended 30-year warranty, our modules will be able to maintain a stable output throughout the course of their life time, which we believe will ultimately generate high returns for our customers.
Wesley Lee, CEO of Xinyi Solar, said,
We chose to partner with Trina Solar because they not only offer a wide range of diverse products but also due to their continued efforts in R&D and innovation. We believe Trina’s high quality dual glass solar modules are the best fit for our project needs out of the products currently available on the market for our project. We look forward to continuing to work closely with Trina Solar as we develop our downstream business across China.
Trina Solar’s PDG5 is a UL/IEC certified frameless module that comprises two layers of 2.5mm heat-strengthened glass. By replacing the plastic backsheet with heat-strengthened glass, PDG5 provides UL Fire Class A safety and reduces micro-cracking, Potential Induced Degradation (PID), module warping, UV aging, and corrosion from sand, acid, alkali and salt mist. The PDG5 is optimized for reliable performance under stressful environmental conditions and is among the most durable modules on the market. Additionally, by eliminating the aluminum frame of conventional modules, grounding requirements are eliminated, which can extend Balance of System (BoS) cost savings for Trina Solar’s customers.