Trina Solar and Asia Clean Capital to build over 300 MW of PV in China


Trina Solar, meanwhile, will offer technical support and handle engineering design duties, in addition to other services.

In an online statement, ACC — which recently secured $40 million in financing from Goldman Sachs — said Trina Solar's strong government ties in China would be key to building the pipeline.

They will focus on industrial rooftop arrays, in addition to other undisclosed opportunities.

They did not disclose additional details about their plans.

In March, ACC and US-based Butler agreed to jointly build more than 300MW of PV capacity in China.

And in late June, ACC revealed plans to build up to 200MW of solar in China with Canadian Solar.?

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