100% bankability of Trina Solar and Vertex modules fully proven by international authorities
At the summit, BloombergNEF, the world’s leading independent PV testing laboratory PVEL, the assessment organization DNV and Nextracker addressed the reason for Trina Solar’s 100% bankability: superior performance of innovative PV modules. at high power have been fully recognized.
Gao noted that Photovoltaic electricity production, energy storage, very high voltage and digitization in the energy sector are the four keys to achieving carbon neutrality, and that innovation in photovoltaic technologies is an important avenue. Since 2020, Trina Solar has taken the lead in the development of the innovative 210 series ultra-high power modules, a new generation of photovoltaic products that combine high reliability, high power output and high value. From June 30, 2021, Trina Solar’s photovoltaic modules shipped globally can produce 103.95 billion kilowatt-hours of clean energy over their lifetime, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by a total of 103.64 million tonnes, which is equivalent to planting 5.7 billion trees. Thanks to the exceptional brand value and reliability of its products, Trina Solar has so far achieved a score of 100% in the BloombergNEF Bankability Survey for six consecutive years.
Gao Jifan, President of Trina Solar
BloombergNEF, one of the most credible third-party research institutes in the global new energy market, conducts an annual survey of banks, funds, EPCs and power plants around the world on the bankability of module brands, and produced a report that is considered an invaluable benchmark for business credit at many financial institutions. In 2021, Trina Solar, one of only three module brands, was once again recognized as 100 bankability by all survey respondents, indicating that Trina Solar modules are more likely to help developers. obtain bank financing, and that the global financial market and the solar industry have confidence in the reliability and value of Trina Solar’s high power module system.
PVEL Recognizes Superior Performance of Trina Solar High Power Modules
PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), the world’s leading PV module reliability and performance testing laboratory, has the Product Qualification Program (PQP) dedicated to the evaluation of extended reliability of PV modules. At the top, Tristan Erion Lorico, head of PVEL’s photovoltaic module business, said the 210 ultra-high power modules demonstrated excellent reliability in PVEL’s PQP, which resulted in the absence of microcracks in the double-glass bifacial module after the MSS and TC tests, answered the most worrying question of the major formatting module. PVEL annually publishes the PV Modules Reliability Scorecard Report, which is also a key benchmark adopted by BloombergNEF’s Annual Bankability Report.
Zhang Yingbin, Head of Product Strategy and Marketing at Trina Solar, gave a detailed presentation on the reliability and power generation performance of 210 series modules. Trina Solar, in association with third party organizations, conducted rigorous serial testing, including non-uniform snow load test, ultra-low temperature mechanical load test, hail test, extreme DML test and extreme wind tunnel test, realizing a map check of the ‘excellent mechanical load reliability of 600W + Vertex modules.
Zhang Yingbin at Clean Energy Expo China 2021
Nextracker has completed a series of tests with Trina Solar, which demonstrates full compatibility and high reliability. Nextracker offers a variety of tracking products that are fully compatible with Vertex 210 series modules. In addition, modules have become an industry pioneer when it comes to module size standardization, which can benefit the industry. downstream industrial chain.
Additionally, DNV shared the benefits of Trina Solar’s high power BOS and LCOE modules. Previous calculations by Fraunhofer ISE, the largest solar research institute in Europe, and Enertis, a global independent solar service in Latin America and around the world, all show that the 600W + series modules outperform the new generation of ultra-high power modules in system value.
SOURCE Trina Solar Co., Ltd