Trina Solar enters into strategic partnership to drive RE100 developments in South Korea


Trina Solar signed the memorandum of understanding (MOU) with renewable energy consultancy CSC Energy and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company SolarTEQ.

This alliance aims to empower businesses committed to clean energy by developing large-scale, ground-mounted solar power plants. The MOU establishes a framework for collaboration, leveraging each party’s strengths to specifically target the rapid growth of the RE100 initiative in South Korea.

RE100 is a global movement that brings together large and ambitious businesses committed to sourcing 100% of their electricity from renewable sources.

Li Na, Trina Solar Asia Pacific general manager for Israel, Japan and Korea; Chang Seok Lee, Director of SolarTEQ and Hyungum Cho, CEO of CSC Energy signed the MOU in South Korea.

“This MOU represents a significant opportunity for Trina Solar to contribute to the growing RE100 movement in South Korea,” said Li. “By combining our strengths with our local partners, we are confident we can develop and deliver successful solar projects that meet the needs of RE100 companies, accelerating South Korea’s transition to clean energy.”

Trina Solar will contribute its cutting-edge solar module technology. CSC Energy will offer project development, financial and technical expertise, alongside RE100 demand matching services. SolarTEQ will manage the procurement of solar modules and other critical project components.

South Korea has ambitious goals for a sustainable future, aiming for carbon neutrality by 2050. This MOU directly supports these goals by enabling companies to achieve their RE100 targets.