TrinaBEST showcases its new residential energy storage system at All Energy 2016

TrinaBEST showcases its new residential energy storage system at All Energy 2016

The energy storage spin-off from Chinese PV outfit Trina Solar, TrinaBEST has showcased its second generation Residential Energy Storage Solution at All-Energy Australia 2016, held in Melbourne.

The event which has been influential to all forms of clean and renewable energy across Asia-Pacific region affords TrinaBEST the opportunity to introduce its new energy storage system targeted for home application.


The 2nd generation energy storage product is a system approach integrating seamlessly with Lithium-Ion battery and TrinaBEST’s AC couple engineering.

Frank Qi, General Manager of TrinaBEST mentioned, “We are proud to unveil our latest Residential Energy Storage Solution – the PowerCube2.0 plus PowerBox as a system approach at All-Energy Australia 2016 in Melbourne.”

“We have conducted an in-depth analysis of the market and found our solution to meet the needs of the market. Our past years and continuous dedication to R & D in battery technologies and integrated power storage system engineering are our key winning differentiation which we believe will help support the shift towards energy efficient and low-carbon future.”

“With growing energy demand driving energy costs in Australia, we believe TrinaBEST’s system engineering capabilities from micro-grid applications to consumer product solutions, can offer alternative energy solutions to the market,” said Ray See, TrinaBEST’s Director of Sales and Marketing.

TrinaBEST second generation residential energy storage solution is designed to work well with both new and existing solar photovoltaic (PV) installations. Its AC coupled engineering provides value proposition that is most prevailing for the retrofit installation, the company notes.

The system is designed as wall-mounted with outdoor rating, and smart installation method saving even further costs on labor and components for the Australia’s home-owners.

Source: SolarServer

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