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“Trina and Pacific Green to Collaborate on 1500 MWh Energy Storage System at WFES”

by Dubaiforum

Trina Storage and Pacific Green have signed a letter of intent for 1,500 MWh integrated energy storage solutions at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The collaboration aims to enhance renewable energy innovation and applications on a utility scale, promoting more sustainable and reliable energy sources.

Pacific Green’s General Manager, Du Yangfan, expressed excitement to work with Trina Storage on these projects, highlighting the importance of smart energy transitions and collaboration with leading clean energy providers. Jack Chen, the overseas sales director of Trina Storage, echoed this sentiment, emphasizing the joint effort to deliver clean energy and drive energy transitions.

Trina Storage’s ranking among the top 5 on the BloombergNEF report showcases their expertise in the energy storage sector. Their new generation liquid-cooled energy storage system, Elementa 2, equipped with advanced features, provides efficient and flexible solutions for various applications. The strategic collaboration between Trina Storage and Pacific Green signifies a new level of partnership, driving further innovation and advancements in the clean energy sector.

The agreement underscores the commitment of both companies to providing reliable and sustainable energy solutions to meet the increasing global energy demands. With a focus on technological advancements and innovation, Trina Storage and Pacific Green continue to lead the way in the transition towards cleaner energy sources.

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