Sustainable Power Group (sPower) and Camborne Capital purchased the panels, which are expected to be installed before a 31 March 2015 deadline to qualify for renewable obligation certificates.

The deal requires Trina Solar to provide 105,560 of its 270W monocrystalline Honey M solar photovoltaic modules on Camborne and sPower project sites.

Trina Solar president in Europe and Africa Ben Hill said: "We are pleased that our superior products and services have led to our selection by Camborne Capital and sPower.

"Our financial strength and industry leading sustainability credentials are always critical elements in such long-term investment decisions. We very much look forward to our continued partnership with sPower and Camborne Capital."

Camborne Capital CEO Declan Mackle said: "This is a significant milestone for Camborne and sPower as we move to the construction phase of the first nearly 30MW of projects.

"After evaluating several PV module suppliers, we decided to work with Trina Solar because of the company’s quality product, proven track records in solar projects and its commitment to client service."

Camborne Capital team has developed from conception and divested over 100MW of large-scale ground mounted solar projects in the UK since 2012.

sPower owns and/or operates over 130 utility and distributed electrical generation systems throughout the US.

sPower is acquiring renewable assets in any stage of development and working to buy green energy projects in North America and the UK.