Recently, Trina Solar’s 28 MW photovoltaic power plant project developed and managed by Trina Solar in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, was connected to the grid and put into commercial operation. The power station project has passed the System Efficiency Test (Performance Ratio Test), which means that its power generation will exceed the design expectations, and the clean power generated each year can meet the electricity needs of more than 6,500 local households.
It is reported that Trina Solar Energy (Japan) Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trina Solar, provides construction management (EPCM) services for this project, and provides innovative and advanced operation and maintenance services during the operation period of the next 20 years. .
Gao Jifan, Chairman of Trina Solar, said: “Japan is one of Trina Solar’s important markets, especially in the downstream power station development business. We are very pleased that this project has successfully achieved commercial operation, which once again proves the success of Trina Solar’s overseas projects. World-class development and execution capabilities.”
After years of development and deep cultivation in overseas downstream markets, Trina Solar has developed into the world’s leading developer of solar photovoltaic power plants, providing investment-grade energy assets to international customers. Up to now, Trina Solar has more than 45 photovoltaic power station projects connected to the grid in Japan, with a total installed capacity of about 100 MW, and projects under construction at the same time are about 200 MW.
Carlos Garcia, head of Trina Solar’s overseas systems business in Japan, said: “In the future, Trina Solar will continue to consolidate its leading position in the Japanese market and work together with global partners to contribute to the development of clean energy in local communities. strength.”
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