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Smart solutions at the forefront of the photovoltaic sector

By: Efraín Mariano

Trina Solar, a photovoltaic modules, solutions, and services world leader, will participate as an exhibitor and platinum sponsor in Solar Power Mexico 2019. The event is the first solar energy and technology specialized convention in Mexico, it will be held in Mexico City, from March 19 to 21.

According to authorities, the solar industry in Mexico is a business with annual growth rates over 25% and estimated investments of more than USD $100 billion in renewable energy by 2031.

«Mexico meets many of the needed conditions to guarantee the development of photovoltaic technology; thanks to its geography, it has a convenient solar resource, while based on its energy reform, it has the appropriate regulations. At Trina Solar, we are focused on creating the long-term structural conditions to boost the country’s economy together with all sizes local Mexican companies, those providing services to all segments», said Álvaro García-Maltrás, General Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean at Trina Solar.

The Chinese firm has been named as the «world’s most bankable PV module manufacturer» for 5 years in a row. Its 22 years of operation place it as one of the companies with more experience and presence in the market. It offers the most competitive integral solutions in design and power for the market, including high-performance photovoltaic modules and its new intelligent solution: TrinaPro, including double-glazed panels and high-efficiency bifacial modules, plus the inverter and tracker.

«The solar sector is growing exponentially. We identify Mexico as a key market for Latin America in all relevant channels: commercial, industrial and residential. At Solar Power Mexico, we want to show the people our solutions and the added value we can offer for the success of their projects,» he stated.

“Trina offers the most competitive integral solutions, regarding design and power, for the market,” Álvaro García-Maltrás.

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