Trina Solar has once again been recognised as a “Top Performer” in the 2022 edition of the Module Reliability Scorecard published by PV Evolution Labs (PVEL). This is the eighth consecutive year that Trina has received such an award, highlighting the company’s long term commitment to the quality, high reliability and outstanding safety of its modules.
Results published by PVEL show that Trina’s ultra-high power 210mm Vertex modules, the 670W version in particular, achieved an excellent performance in the Product Qualification Program (PQP) test sequences, which include thermal cycling, damp heat, backsheet durability and mechanical stress.
“On behalf of the entire PVEL team, I congratulate Trina Solar for achieving excellent test results on their 210 mm modules and being named as a PVEL Scorecard Top Performer for a record-setting eight consecutive years,” stated Tristan Erion-Lorico, VP of Sales and Marketing at PVEL. “Of particular note is Trina Solar’s Vertex 600W+ bifacial module range, which achieved Top Performer status in all five reliability tests. This is just the latest example of Trina Solar’s ability to manufacture reliable modules over the past many years.”
Helena Li, President of Cell and Module Business, Trina Solar, commented: ‘PVEL is the world’s leading PV module reliability testing laboratory, providing independent performance data. We are proud to be recognized as a PVEL Top Performer in the eighth consecutive PV Module Reliability Scorecard. Trina’s consistent and exemplary performance in PVEL’s rigorous independent testing is accepted by the market as clear evidence of our longstanding commitment to product quality. We believe PVEL’s test results continue to be of great value to project developers, financiers, asset owners and operators around the world.’