Project Business

Global Leading Total Solutions Provider for Solar Energy

9.5+ GW
Project Completed
7+ GW
Global Pipeline
20+ Years
Development Experience
20+
Active Countries
600+
Team Members

Full Cycle Value Chain

About Trina Solar International System Business Unit (“ISBU”)

As world’s leading solar products and energy solutions provider, Trina Solar produces and delivers solar products, solar projects and turnkey energy solutions worldwide. Our solar project business includes project development, structuring, financing, EPC, O&M and asset management, providing one-stop solutions for the entire project life cycle. As of June 30 2021, Trina Solar has connected over 9.5GW of solar projects to the grid worldwide.

Trina Solar ISBU is dedicated for the utility scale solar project business for international market. With the core competences of global project development, customer-oriented structuring and financing, best project opportunities, and solid and comprehensive records, ISBU of Trina Solar is a global leader in the development and management of solar projects, and is active in more than 15 countries and areas, including but not limited to USA, UK, Italy, France, Greece, Spain, Japan, Colombia, Mexico, Chile, Peru, Australia, Vietnam, Cambodia, South Korea.

Contact us:isbu@trinasolar.com

Global Project Connections

China, Yunnan, Jianshui

300MW | Complicated topography

Mexico, Zacatecas

104MW | Ground-mounted

Vietnam, Phong Phu

42MW | Ground-mounted

UK, Homeland

13.2MW | Ground-mounted

Japan, Miyagi Ishinomaki

14MW | Ground-mounted

Japan, Tottori Yonago

4 MW | Ground-mounted

China, Anhui, Lianghuai

170MW | Floating Project

Mexico, Aguascalientes

133MW | Ground-mounted

Vietnam, Trung Son

35MW | Ground-mounted

UK, West Raynham

50MW | Ground-mounted

Japan, Yamagata Kawanishi

25.41MW | Ground-mounted

US, California

4.2 MW | Ground-mounted

China, Shaanxi, Tongchuan

250MW | Ground-mounted

Colombia, Los Llanos

81.7MW | Ground-mounted

Australia, Queensland

1.22MW | Rooftop Project

Greece, S. Aether

8.45MW | Ground-mounted

Japan, Miyagi Kurokawa

24MW | Ground-mounted

Chile, Olivillo

10.4 MW | Ground-mounted