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Trinasolar expands its presence in the Middle East and Africa with new distributor partnerships

Trinasolar will deliver a total of 110 MW modules. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

The company has partnered with Noon for renewable energy in Lebanon, Al Takamul engineering in Palestine, and golden sun solar solutions in Sudan.

Through these partnerships, Trinasolar will deliver a total of 110 MW modules, including the advanced vertex n modules tailored to the region's specific energy needs.

The vertex n-type family, featuring state-of-the-art n-type i-TOPCon technology, offers superior efficiency, exceptional long-term reliability, and a lower levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) for solar developers. These modules represent a major advancement in solar technology, setting new benchmarks for performance, reliability, and sustainability.

Trinasolar's expansion into the Middle East and Africa marks a significant milestone in its global mission to promote renewable energy adoption. Through strategic partnerships and cutting-edge innovations, Trinasolar remains committed to accelerating the transition to clean energy and achieving net-zero ambitions worldwide.

"We are thrilled to welcome Noon for Renewable Energy, Al Takamul Engineering, and Golden Sun Solar Solutions to our esteemed network of distributors," remarked Zhao Lei, head of strategic key accounts at Trinasolar. "Their expertise and dedication align perfectly with our mission to deliver cutting-edge solar solutions ensuring faster adoption of solar energy. These partnerships highlight our commitment to expanding our footprint in the Middle East and Africa and accelerate progress towards net-zero future."