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Delivering value in the APAC region

In this pv magazine Webinar we will learn more about how to make ideal technology choices for projects across the Asia Pacific region where energy crises were erupting in the last year. We will also have a sneak preview of the Trina Solar new technologies on its horizon and products launching later in the year.


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Delivering value in the APAC region

With energy crises erupting through the Asia Pacific in the last year, the risk of the region’s ongoing dependence on fossil fuels has supercharged interest in renewable systems and projects. Be that as it may, developers and installers today have also stared down the barrel of some of the lowest midday wholesale electricity prices yet seen.

Getting the most out of a system, then, becomes imperative for households and solar farms alike. Having recently launched the second generation of its Vertex S modules, with up to 430W for rooftops, and 580W for large C&I projects, Trina Solar’s Vertex range features 210mm rectangular silicon (G12R) wafers, resulting in higher efficiency and power by as much as to 30W for each module.

For periods of overcast weather and highly diffuse irradiance as well as uneven terrain, trackers are another crucial means of delivering value in APAC regions. Showcasing its new smart control system, SuperTrack, and Vanguard 1P tracker at the Intersolar conference in May, TrinaTracker’s newest range boasts energy production increases of up to 3% to 8% compared with conventional algorithms. Case studies from its recent projects in India and Malaysia will examine more precisely cost benefit of tracking systems versus fixed tilt systems and its role in creating better project outcomes.

Trina Solar will also be offering a sneak preview of the new technologies on its horizon and products launching later in the year.

Join this pv magazine Webinar to learn more about how to make ideal technology choices for projects across the Asia Pacific, with detailed, technical presentations from Andrew Gilhooly, head of C&I and utility solutions at Trina Solar Asia-Pacific and Lim Cheong Boon, its head of product and marketing.

pv magazine Webinar content:

  • Sneak preview at upcoming Trina products
  • APAC market outlook for 2022
  • Trina’s recent module innovations for both rooftop and ground mounted segments
  • Update on Trina’s latest tracker technology
  • Case studies from projects across the APAC region and how learning can be applied to future projects
  • Q&A

Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Bella Peacock from pv magazine will be the moderator of this webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.


Andrew Gilhooly | Head of C&I and utility solutions, Asia Pacific region Trina Solar

Andrew is leading Trina Solar Asia Pacific region’s C&I and utility solutions business and is an accomplished energy and product management professional with over 12 years’ experience within the European, Asian and Australian solar PV sectors. He has worked across a variety of disciplines within both utility scale and C&I, including roles in business development, cost estimation, project engineering and management, new market entry strategy, new product Introduction and O&M. He is also an accredited designer for grid connected PV systems by the Clean Energy Council of Australia.

Lim Cheong Boon | Head of product and marketing, Asia Pacific region Trina Solar

Lim is handling product and marketing in APAC at Trina Solar. He joined Trina in Nov 2011 and has been responsible for product management, training and promotion of new products to APAC customers. He has over 10 years of PV industry experience and supporting a broad base of customers in different segments on product and technical matters.


Bella Peacock | Editor, pv magazine Australia

Bella completed her MA in English Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin, living and working in Berlin and Sarajevo for four years before returning home to Australia in 2019. She joined pv magazine Australia in 2020, after 18 months working as a digital producer for Nine, and has since become completely engrossed by the world of renewable energy, technology and sustainability. Bella has completed a BA in Media Arts & Production at Sydney’s University of Technology.

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