Trina Solar launches integrated PV and energy storage systems at SNEC

By Trina Solar
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Trina Solar has launched several new products at the 2023 edition of SNEC, unveiling its new-generation 210mm 695W, 605W and 450W n-type Vertex and 670W p-type Vertex modules, together with a TrinaTracker Vanguard 2P solution and  energy storage systems.

The company officially launched its advanced n-type i-TOPCon technology at the event, with  products featuring state-of-the-art HJT and iBC technologies also on display.

As an early mover in n-type technology, Trina continues to innovate and upgrade its product line, reflected in the launch of its n-type i-TOPCon advanced technology, which enables cell efficiency to reach 26% and module output power over 700W.

Focusing on the integration of PV systems and energy storage, the company presented its leading products at SNEC, including the 306Ah Trina battery with more than 12,000 life cycles, the Trina Storage Elementa liquid cooling system with a lifetime of in excess of 10,000 cycles, residential energy storage products and a power conversion system.

During the course of the three day event, Trina received three significant awards: a  Long-Term Reliability Leadership award from Chinese testing agency CSG, confirmation of successful testing by RETC of its Vertex N modules and a ‘Top Performer’ award from PVEL, based on its newly published Reliability Scorecard, for the outstanding performance of Vertex products, including the Vertex N 605W module.

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