Trina Solar has announced that it has recently supplied 10.5MW of PV modules to Prosolia Energía, for two agricultural projects in the UK.
Large-scale solar systems will be installed in the towns of Stow Longa, near Huntingdon, and Beaford, Devon, with the capacity to generate 5.3MW and 5.2MW respectively using a total of 43,274 Trina Solar modules.
José María Delgado, ceo of Prosolia Energía, said: “Trina Solar panels offer excellent efficiency and performance, and the company provides a wide range of solutions and services. Prosolia Energía has been partnering with Trina Solar for a couple of years now on the development of projects, and we will continue to do so in the future because of the excellent quality of their products and because they have always been reliable suppliers.”
Ben Hill, president of Trina Solar Europe, added: “This new collaboration with Prosolia Energía is very important to us as it proves once again our wide experience as a solar leader and the reliability of our products and services. The responsible way in which we handle our business and our balance sheet makes us a stable and reliable partner for these kinds of large-scale projects, and we are delighted to be continuing to work with Prosolia Energía.”