Next generation of Trina Solar’s Vertex series modules with 210R wafer starts mass production

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The Trina Solar 210 Super Factory in Yiwu, China, officially began mass producing its new generation of Vertex S 430W module, marking the modules’ start of full-scale production. The estimated production capacity of the new Vertex series including upgraded Vertex S and Vertex 580W this year will reach 10GW, a figure that is expected to more than double next year.

In addition to the Trina’s multi-busbar technology, non-destructive cutting and high-density interconnect technologies, it uses the latest 210R rectangular silicon wafer technology, boosting the single-module power by up to 30W, with Vertex S output power to 430W and Vertex 550W output power to 580W, achieving module efficiency of up to 21.8%, offering significant advantages over other similar products in the global distributed market.

Trina Solar says the 210R modules will reduce LCOE and achieve higher levels of reliability for the distributed market, including residential rooftops and industrial and commercial scenarios worldwide.

Trina Solar has comprehensively upgraded its 210 Super Factory in Yiwu by upscaling both the production line and manufacturing process. Trina Solar will continue bringing more reliable and high-quality products with greater customers’ value and higher returns, and support the green and low-carbon development worldwide.

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