Trina Solar's High-Efficiency Monocrystalline Honey Module Sets a New World Record for Peak Power Output of 335.2W

CHANGZHOU, China -- Trina Solar Limited announceds that its high-efficiency Honey solar module has set a new world record for peak power output for P-type monocrystalline silicon PV modules, as independently certified by TUV Rheinland. The module was developed in the Company's State Key Lab of PV Science and Technology and is composed of 60 156 mm x 156 mm high-efficiency Honey monocrystalline silicon cells. It generates a peak power output of 335.2W, breaking the previous world record of 326.3W, set by Trina's Solar's original Honey module in April 2014.

"We are thrilled to once again break the power output world record for P-type monocrystalline silicon PV modules just six months after we first set it. Through our advanced State Key Lab of PV Science and Technology Trina Solar is delivering on its commitment to be the innovation leader in the industry," said Dr. Zhiqiang Feng, Technology Vice President and Director of the State Key Laboratory of PV Science and Technology of Trina Solar. "The fact that we have broken the world record twice within just half a year gives us confidence in the huge potential to commercialize modules with higher efficiency, thereby reducing the cost of achieving grid parity and providing high-efficiency solar energy to more households in the near future."

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