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Trina Solar unveils upgraded Vertex N family

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Trina Solar Co., Ltd, a global leader in smart PV and energy storage solutions, has un-veiled upgrades to its Vertex N family of modules.

According to Adele Zhao, Head of Product Solution & Marketing Europe at Trina Solar, N-type modules using i-TOPCon technology will dominate global production this year, and high-power modules such as the Vertex N 720 W+ series will lead the way in the 700 W+ era. She made the comment as she delivered a keynote speech at a technology conference in March 2024.

Based on the industry-leading 210 mm product technology platform and with n-type i-TOPCon Advanced technology innovation, Trina Solar has upgraded its i-TOPContechnology and achieved another increase in cell efficiency of 0.3% through laser induced firing. The upgraded Vertex N 720 W+ modules can reach an efficiency of 23.2%, while the smaller version Vertex N 625 W+ modules have a module efficiency of up to 23.1%.

As an outstanding member of the Vertex N product portfolio, the Vertex N 720 W+series module offers the lowest LCOE for utility scale ground-mounted solar farms with level terrain, with its low voltage feature for high string power and thus low system cost.

Vertex N 625 W+ modules, suitable for small and medium sized ground-mounted solar farms, particularly with complex terrain or irregular shape, offer high flexibility in system design and are highly compatible with tracking systems. The Vertex N 625 W+module is 2382 mm by 1134 mm in size, designed by Trina Solar and now adopted by industry peers as a standard module configuration.

After an initiative to standardise 700 W+ module dimensions and upgrading the Photovoltaic Open Innovation Ecological Alliance, propelled by Trina Solar at the end of 2023, the Vertex N 720 W+ series products are empowering the company to lead the industry further into the 700 W+ era.

Trina Solar continues to push the industry toward industrialising 700W+ PV modules by promoting ultra-high-power and ultra-high-efficiency modules. The company will continue to innovate with its mainstream n-type i-TOPCon technology and products, offering greater customer value with advanced technology, reliable products andsolutions.



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