Trina Solar Limited (NYSE: TSL) ("Trina Solar" or the "Company"), a integrated manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) products from the production of ingots, wafers and cells to the assembly of PV modules, announced that Trinamount mounting solutions are ready to ship to the North American market.
Trina Solar is developing products that expand upon current PV module offerings to include other system-related components. The combination of the Company's high-performing modules with the innovative Trinamount mounting solutions is expected to considerably reduce overall system costs, increasing the pricing competitiveness of solar energy compared to traditional energy sources. Trinamount hardware will be compatible with a wide variety of roof types, from tile to commercial flat roofs.
"Trinamount enhances the structure and aesthetics of Trina Solar's advanced PV arrays, allowing installers to increase profits and bid competitiveness," said Robert Muhn, Senior Director of Sales (Americas)."Marrying our high performing panels with the installation ease of the Trinamount solution increases the cost-effectiveness of our panels and makes them more appealing to our customers."
Trinamount utilizes Trina Solar's Zep Compatible PV module and is a joint effort between Trina Solar and Zep Solar, Inc., a manufacturer of the first comprehensive platform for PV system installation.
"Zep Solar's mission is to drive down PV solar costs through systems-level innovation and product design. Trina Solar's adoption and market introduction of our ground-breaking, module-integrated installation platform greatly accelerates our pursuit of that mission. We are gratified to have such a strong and committed partner in this joint effort," said Mike Miskovsky, CEO of Zep Solar.
Trinamount will offer Trina Solar's industry leading warranty, which includes both a 10-year product workmanship warranty and a 25-year linear power warranty.
Interested parties can see live demonstrations of or purchase Trinamount during Intersolar North America 2011 by stopping by Trina Solar's booth (#8347).