Trina Launches TrinaPro Mega; Paves Way for 600W Solar Modules

Trina Solar, a leading global photovoltaic (PV) and smart energy solutions provider have announced the global launch of its ‘TrinaPro Mega’ solar modules, an ultra-high power smart PV solution featuring modules with power output exceeding 500W.

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The company claimed that with further improvement in product selection and integrated design, this solution will enhance the overall system performance and will help in reducing the levelized cost of energy (LCOE).

After the launch of Trina’s Vertex ultra-high-power new 500W-plus module in February, the company believed that the newly launched ‘TrinaPro Mega’ will mark yet another benchmark for the era of the 500W power output, as it delivers an optimized solution for the application of Vertex module in downstream systems.

Commenting on the development, Yin Rongfang, vice general manager and vice president of Trina Solar, said that “the PV industry has embraced the 500W-plus power since the beginning of the year. As an industry pioneer, the Vertex module demonstrates Trina Solar’s strong ability at innovation and provides the industry with an entirely new technical platform. Moreover, Vertex facilitates the commercialization of new technologies and paves the way for the next module power upgrade to 600W.”

“Based on the Vertex module, we launched TrinaPro Mega in a move to increase value for our clients via smart upgrades to more advanced system solutions. By enhancing ultra-high power module performance and lowering the LCOE, TrinaPro Mega brings stable investment returns”, Yin Rongfang added.

With solar energy fast approaching grid parity, TrinaPro Mega, in its role as an improved ultra-high-power smart solution, resolves several application challenges faced by existing systems.

Earlier in April this year, the company’s TrinaPro solution passed the DNV GL’s assessment test and proved as reliable smart photovoltaic (PV) solution. Recently, the module manufacturer has received the Technology Assessment Report for its TrinaPro Smart Solar Solution from DNV GL, a quality assurance and risk management company with a global presence.

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Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.