Trina Solar Supplies 40 MW of solar power modules to Turkey project

Photovoltaic solar power company Trina Solar signed an agreement to supply 40 MW of solar power modules to Tegnatia, a Turkey-based engineering, procurement and construction contractors.

This partnership will enable Trina Solar to supply Tegnatia with its solar PV solutions as both companies expand their presence in the Turkish market.

Under the agreement, Trina Solar will complete the delivery of its TSM-PD05 (polycrystalline, 60 cells) and TSM-PD14 (polycrystalline, 72 cells) modules by the end of the second quarter of 2016. The modules will be used in a range of solar projects in the areas of Mersin, Adana, Konya and Erzurum.

Established in 2013, Tegnatia is a joint venture between T-Dinamik, a Turkish renewable energy investment firm which has funded large-scale solar parks in Turkey, Greece and Romania; and Egnatia Group, a Greek construction company operating in Eastern Europe and the UK.

Tegnatia is committed to offering turnkey services covering the design, implementation and maintenance of medium- to large-scale solar parks, with a core aim of bringing solar power to a wider section of the Turkish population.

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