Trina Solar delivers 20MW Duomax twin to Qinghai project

Trina Solar has received a 20MW module supply contract for its newly launched product Duomax twin.

Under the contract, the company supplied 20MW of its Duomax twin (72 cells) that carries a power output ranging from 340-350W to a project located in Golmud, Qinghai.

Trina Solar vice-president and global sales and marketing head Yin Rongfang said: “It is Duomax twin's first order after its launch in the end of March and we'd like to thank our clients for their recognition.

“This year is the market rearing stage for DUOMAX twin and this number will continue to rise steadily.

“We are seeing more orders flowing in across the globe. In the future, we will remain committed to technological innovations and deliver even more real LCOE value to our strategic partners around the world.”

Duomax twin combines PERC monocrystalline bifacial power technology and dual glass technology which increases system generating capacity.

It can be used in multiple solar projects such as large power stations, solar agriculture projects and solar-powered fish farms.

The device is effective for usage in areas with high diffuse reflection such as sandy environments, water-surfaces, circumpolar latitudes, snowy areas, and guard rails on expressways.

The Qinghai project is located in a sandy area with high diffuse reflection which provides the ideal condition for Duomax twin.

The front side of the modules absorbs direct light while the back portion absorbs reflected light from the ground and scattered light from the air as well.

Further, the project will be equipped with tracker which will enable the Duomax twin module's back portion to create more solar energy due to movement through the tracker.