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Trina’s 720W Vertex N Modules achieves solar efficiency

In a move to further enhance the efficiency and reliability of solar power systems, Trina Solar has introduced its Vertex N 720W series modules as the ideal complement to the upgraded Vanguard 1P single-axis tracker.

Guo Qi, Product Manager in the tracker division of Trina Solar, said the combination of the Vertex N 720W modules and the Vanguard 1P tracker can significantly lower capital expenditure costs, reduce the levelised cost of electricity, and improve the internal rate of return compared to using reference modules.

Vanguard 1P tracker. Image: Trina

According to Trina, global intelligence provider Trendforce has forecast that the mass production of n-type modules will continue to accelerate, with 210mm n-type modules achieving a breakthrough power level of up to 700 watts or more.

Tunnel oxide passivated contact (TOPCon) cells have become a mainstream choice in the market and are expected to lead n-type innovations over the next three to four years.

Trina Solar, an early mover and active promoter of i-TOPCon technology and 210mm large-size cells, has upgraded its large-format Vertex N modules to achieve an efficiency of 23.2 per cent and a power output up to 720W, the highest among 210-66 modules.

The upgraded Vanguard 1P tracker, designed to seamlessly integrate with the Vertex N 720W modules, boasts a cutting-edge multi-motor system equipped with a slewing drive and a bi-damper system.

This combination ensures exceptional system stability and reliability, quick installation, and versatile external compatibility, even in the face of extreme weather conditions.

Trina said it is committed to leading the way in smart PV and energy storage solutions for a net-zero future.

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