Proven track record and abundant pipeline
Over the last two decades, Trina Solar has emerged as a top-tier project developer worldwide, fostering reliable and long-term partnerships. Our downstream project development business segment provides utility and C&I project total solutions and services including project development, design, financing, EPC management, O&M and asset sales in China, Japan, U.S, Europe, Latin American region and Asian Pacific countries. Trina Solar has connected over 3 GW of solar power plants to the grid worldwide, and has abundant project pipelines across the globe, with over 2.5 GW in Europe, more than 2.5 GW in Latin America, and at least 1GW in Asia.
Ability to execute international projects
Trina overseas downstream business segment has built up a sophisticated business system that ensures smooth project execution worldwide.
Sustainable provision of class asset
We have established strategic long-term partnership with global renowned investors, with strong capability to provide them with energy class asset, from utility projects to C&I rooftops.
Get in Touch with Our Projects Team
The scope of our project development services includes business development, Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) contracting for PV power projects, and operations and maintenance (O&M) services. With offices located in China, Japan, the Middle East, Switzerland, the U.K. and the U.S., among other cities, Trina distributes to Asia Pacific, Europe, North & South America, the Middle East, Africa and other regions. We implement cross-cultural communication and management.
Project Development（APAC except Japan）
Project Development（Other countries）
Vietnam Phong Phu Project
42MW| CoD: May 2019 | Sand, 56 Ha
Japan Miyagi Ishinomaki
14MW | CoD: Sep. 2017 | ground-mounted
U.K West Raynham
50MW | CoD: Mar. 2015 | ground-mounted
China Yunnan Jianshui
300MW | CoD: 2015 | complicated topography
Vietnam Trung Son Project
35MW| CoD: December 2020| Land 40.5 Ha
4.2MW | CoD: 2012 | ground-mounted
1.5MW | CoD: June 2017 | ground-mounted
13.2MW | CoD: Mar. 2014 | ground-mounted
South Korea Jincheon Project
500kW| CoD: December 2020 | Forest Land
10.4MW | CoD: Oct. 2018 | ground-mounted
8.5MW | CoD: June 2013 | ground-mounted
133MW | under construction | ground-mounted