Trinasolar signs pact with Solar Energy Institute in Madrid 

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Trinasolar has signed collaboration agreement with the Institute of Solar Energy at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (IES-UPM).

Trinasolar and IES-UPM will pool their expertise to advance research in photovoltaic sciences and technologies. The collaboration aims to innovate in areas such as solar panel efficiency, the resilience and robustness of solar trackers and improving solar energy management.

Last year, Trinasolar allocated $768 million to R&D, 19.7 percent more than in 2022.

IES-UPM, the world’s oldest active institution in PV research, is a pioneer in solar energy research, dedicated to looking into the fundamentals and practical applications of photovoltaics, especially in exploring new strategies to optimize the efficiency and performance of photovoltaic plants, drawing on scientific data and practical experience.

Trinasolar will establish a training center at IES-UPM, providing the latest solar products and systems. The center will be equipped with solar technologies, including solar modules, trackers and possibly storage systems soon.

Helena Li, Executive President of Trinasolar, and Ignacio Anton Hernandez, Director of IES-UPM

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