Tier-1 solar module manufacturer Trina Solar recently signed a three-year framework agreement to supply at least 1 GW of its solar modules to multiple European solar projects developed by global renewable energy company Low Carbon.
Under the agreement, Trina Solar will deliver its next-generation Vertex N 605W and Vertex 670W+ modules for the first project.
Vertex N 605W series is a bifacial product line manufactured upon 210mm n-type i-TOPCon cell technology, with high efficiency and low degradation. This series has a maximum output of 605W and is highly compatible with solar trackers, offering more feasibility to utility-scale solar projects in most complex terrains.
Vertex 670W+ series can deliver a higher energy output with a maximum efficiency of 21.6%. This series also adopts 210mm cell technology and bifacial design, boasting a good performance in lower light conditions. It is also a versatile option for Low Carbon's upcoming projects.
The agreement with Trina Solar provides planning security for Low Carbon's project pipelines and will help accelerate the contracting process for future orders.
"The agreement marks an important milestone for us as we grow our international renewable energy portfolio. Their high bankability and ability to commit to high up-front delivery volumes made Trina Solar a natural choice," Justin Thesiger, Director of Operations & Asset Management at Low Carbon.