After successful launching of its Vertex series PV module products with super high power output in past several months, Trina Solar, the leading PV module maker has made another solid step in the residential rooftop field. On November 3rd, the company officially launched its latest Vertex S module which is particularly designed for the residential market. Just after the new product release, PV Magazine took the chance to interview with Dr. Zhang Yingbin, Head of Global Product strategy and market of Trina Solar and figured out more information about this new product, what are the differences from previous products and the main characters? Here below is the transcript of this interview.
China’s Yingli Solar is partnering with a number of high-profile players in its domestic market to achieve mutually beneficial endeavors and promote the country’s clean energy sector.
Dec. 3rd, 2019, Shanghai, Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) holds its annual conference, the BNEF Summit Shanghai 2019, in Ritz-Carlton Pudong. More than 300 experts of renewable energy industry from China and other countries of the world joined the meeting.
PV Magazine had an interview with Mr. Rongfang Yin, executive vice president of Trina Solar, about Trina’s business and view.
The German renewable energy developer offloads three individual ground-mounted solar PV sites to newly established green investment vehicle Greencoat Solar for an undisclosed sum.
New report by the International Energy Agency identifies the integration of masses of variable renewable energy as the chief challenge facing next-generation solar and wind power, citing policy support as key in maximizing potential.
A total of 22 Members of European Parliament, including the vice-chair of the Energy Committee of the European Parliament, co-sign a letter addressed to the European Commission calling for the removal of antidumping and anti-subsidy duties against Chinese solar components.
The German solar equipment manufacturer receives first prepayment on EUR 110 million CIGS order placed by two subsidiaries of Chinese state-owned enterprise China National Building Materials.
Report by the German Engineering Federation reveals impact of U.S. and EU trade cases against Chinese solar producers as demand from China slows, replaced by notable increase in other East Asian countries. Book to bill ratio reaches 1.5.
The Norwegian solar company shipped 276 MW of modules in the third quarter as the global slowdown in demand took hold. Shipments to APAC region nevertheless increased by 88%.
The latest news on Jordan’s stellar solar PV success is the European Union (EU) funding the development of a new PV plant sized 20 to 25 MW, to power water pumping stations across the country. pv magazine has gathered more details.
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