Under the terms of the agreement, Trina will deliver the multicrystalline PC05 modules for the two projects, worth 20 MW and 10 MW, respectively, in the third quarter of the year. They will be located in the towns of Prieska and De Aar.
Commenting, Jifan Gao, chairman and CEO of Trina Solar said, "This new collaboration with Gestamp Solar is very important to us. It is a milestone for the company, as it is our first major project in South Africa and will enable us to strengthen our presence in this market, where the solar sector is booming."
No further details were released.
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