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Spire Enters Multi-Year Contract With Trina Solar

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by Staff Writers
Bedford MA (SPX) Aug 01, 2008
Spire has announced that it has entered into a multi-year, multi-system contract to provide key module line equipment to Trina Solar of the People's Republic of China.

Spire will provide Trina Solar with multiple Spi-Sun Simulator 4600 Single Long Pulse (4600 SLP) systems. The 4600 SLP is the world's leading solar simulation system.

It is unique as it is the choice in research, testing, and high volume production. The 4600 SLP has recently been selected for use at research and certification test facilities, such as the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.

"We are proud of our simulation systems. They are the standard of the industry. We have invested heavily into the spectral quality and uniformity of the Spi-Sun Simulator. Only Spire has the profound history of research built into production ready systems." said, Roger G. Little, Chairman and CEO of Spire Corporation.

"Spire's business in China continues to grow rapidly. Trina is a leader not only in China but in the world market and we are very excited to work with them on expanding their capability."

Jifan Gao, Chairman and CEO of Trina Solar, said, "From our years of experience in the PV module industry, we recognize the importance of having advanced equipment in our line to produce high quality PV modules to compete globally. We have developed a beneficial relationship with Spire and hope to continue using their high quality products to help us achieve our goals."

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