Trina Solar, a well-established integrated producer of solar photovoltaic (PV) products ranging from ingots to modules, declared that it has established a new sales and business development presence at Santiago, Chile, as the company's expands its presence in the Caribbean, USA, Canada, Central and South America, and Mexico.
Based in Santiago, Trina Solar will serve off-grid, commercial, and utility Latin American customers, targeting Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and its surrounding regions. The company’s Latin American operations will take advantage of the 30+ years of local experience, with expertise in solar in Latin America during 1980s in Spanish and Portuguese. This new establishment in Chile marks the accomplishment of an extended strategic target for Trina Solar.
Having dynamic product and solutions portfolio directed by the company's Honey technology and series of complete solar solutions, Trina Solar expands within Latin America. Trina Solar's Honey modules were developed based on improved multicrystalline cell technology, providing excellent power output and high performance.
Trina Solar will participate at the Chilean International Renewable Energy Congress which is to be held in Santiago on September 4 and 5, and will present the potential opportunities for solar across Latin America.
Following its expansion within Canada during July, 2012, Trina Solar has invaded the markets of South and Central America. With recognition for its sustainable practices and field performance from two organizations, the company has actively expanded within America. The Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition has top-graded the company among the global solar panel manufacturers in its annual global review of sustainable manufacturing practices. Trina Solar's panels were also ranked first on the California Energy Commission's PTC/STC ratio evaluating real-world panel performance.