Quality – Trina Solar
Trina 25 Year performance warranty.
Photovoltaic (solar panel) projects rely on high quality products that stand the test of time for project inputs ranging from engineering design to project financing and more. Relative to industry peers, Trina products have a strong track record of reliability and performance in the field. As a vertically integrated company, Trina tightly controls quality at every step from silicon crystallization to module deployment in the field. Ultimately Trina quality is guaranteed by a 25-year industry leading warranty.
With over 30 in-house tests and a state of the art research and development lab, Trina goes beyond requirements to deliver the highest quality product to customers. From one end of the supply chain to the other, customers can trust the quality and reliability of Trina.
The Renewable Energy Test Center verifies Trina PAN files and specifications to ensure high quality, reliable products
Trina Solar is the first PV firm to receive the Client Test Data Program (CTDP) Certification from UL
– This certification allows Trina Solar laboratories to independently test for and issue UL recognized data, affirming that testing staff expertise, standards and capabilities are of the highest caliber in the PV industry
Trina Solar Warranty
Our Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty for Trina Solar modules guarantees materials and workmanship for 10 years and power for 25 years on a linear degradation schedule.
Guaranteed power warranted at 97.5% of nameplate power in year one and 0.7% less each year thereafter, ending with 80.7% of nameplate power guaranteed in the 25th year after the warranty start date
Guaranteed power warranted at 96.5% of nameplate power in year one and 0.68% less each year thereafter, ending with 80.18% of nameplate power guaranteed in the 25th year after the warranty start date
Trina Solar Honey Spec Sheet
In the field
Trina products have a long history of high quality and superior performance in the field.
|Fustiñana 02-SOC||Fustiñana Spain||TSM-PC05 220-240W||5 MW (2.132 MW of Trina Panels)||Aug. 2008|
Test results, Total output, Mar.10 to March 11, in kWh*
Total output in kWh from March 10 to