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Trina Solar Limited Develops New High Efficiency Solar Module

As per a press release by Trina Solar Limited, the firm has developed a record-breaking, high-efficiency Honey Ultra solar module.

Trina Solar’s Honey Ultra monocrystalline silicon module reached a new record of 326.3W and has been independently certified by TUV Rheinland. This is a new world record for p-type monocrystalline silicon modules.

Honey Ultra marks the second generation of Trina Solar’s Honey module technology and this new high-efficiency record significantly extends the previous milestone of 284.7W attained by Trina Solar’s first generation of Honey modules.

“The monocrystalline silicon module is made up of 60 high-efficiency Honey Ultra monocrystalline silicon cells of 156mm x 156mm, fabricated with a technology developed by Trina Solar and currently in pilot production.

Honey Ultra marks the second generation of Trina Solar’s Honey module technology and this new high-efficiency record significantly extends the previous milestone of 284.7W attained by Trina Solar’s first generation of Honey modules. The module integrates core technologies including back surface passivation technology and low-resistance connection technology, each of which have been researched and developed by Trina Solar.”

“As an advanced research and development facility, our State Key Lab of PV Science and Technology enables us to execute on our commitment to the commercialization of new high-efficiency solar cells and highly reliable modules,” said Dr. Zhiqiang Feng, Vice President of Trina Solar and Director of the State Key Lab of PV Science and Technology.

Puskar

Editor in chief @GreenCleanGuide.com

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