a 17X17 grid filled with trominoes of three different colors

Let's have an 17x17 grid. We can fill this grid with 96 trominoes of three different colors, 32 trominoes of each color. On this particular grid the empty single square is the position A1. By visual inspection we see only 6 trominoes that do not form a pair (a pair is a 2x3 or3x2 rectangle); I marked these with red color. The rest of the trominoes form 45 pairs. Two trominoes of the same color are not allowed to touch anywhere side to side. Can you put the trominoes on this grid with only 10 pairs? You can put the empty single square anywhere on the grid.

• Downvoting this because the OP has been posting essentially the same puzzle three times with minor parameter differences, and they didn't even check if their puzzle has a solution or not so I believe the puzzles are produced with very low effort. Dec 21, 2020 at 1:50
• I have something to say about the images too. I guess it took a lot of time to draw the tilings with pencil and paper, but it's not the right kind of effort, since using any kind of image or spreadsheet software would give much clearer images. Dec 21, 2020 at 2:00