TrinaBESS Introduces TrinaHome S&T Series to Be Exhibited At Intersolar Europe 2017

TrinaBESS today has the pleasure to announce the introduction of the long awaited TrinaHome, the residential battery system for all households. The TrinaHome systems will be on display at the world famous InterSolar Europe.

TrinaBESS today has the pleasure to announce the introduction of the long awaited TrinaHome, the residential battery system for all households. The TrinaHome systems will be on display at the world famous InterSolar Europe.


General Manager of TrinaBESS Frank Qi comments:
"We're very excited to be introducing our products to the European market. Europe has long been the light to which everyone is drawn in terms of solar and renewable energy. The European people's concern with the planet and climate translated into strong government policy in these areas. As the PV market has become self-sufficient and subsidies are removed the requirement for battery storage grows. There is a large demand in countries with higher electricity prices and we expect this to propagate all over Europe as each country reacts to market trends and see the advantage of distributed storage."

The TrinaHome collection comes in two series the single phase S-series and the three phase T-series. The single phase series comes in with a power rating of 3.7 kW and modular capacity expansion from 3 kWh to 12 kWh whereas the three phase series comes in power ratings of 5.2 kW or 9.8 kW with modular capacity expansion from 6 kWh to 12 kWh or 9 kWh to 18 kWh respectively.

The TrinaHome collection is sleek, discrete and fits in with any other home appliance. The system can be monitored remotely from mobile device or on desktop putting the power in the hands of the user.

Also on display will be TrinaCommercial and TrinaMega our storage products for commercial customers and utility scale use. From residential use through commercial rooftop to grid support, TrinaBESS has a storage solution for you.

Trina is a world leader in storage and solar procutcs and always keeps to the highest standards from third parties whether that be product standards such as IEC 62109/61000 or financial by being the most bankable manufacturer in the industry.

TrinaBESS Energy Storage Solution will be on display at Intersolar Europe 2017 in Munich, Germany from May 31-June 2, 2017 at booth number A1.480.

For media inquiries, please contact: Nickey Zhu, +86-519-85190162, HYPERLINK "mailto:chanyuan.zhu@trinagroup.com" chanyuan.zhu@trinagroup.com

About Trina Energy Storage Solution (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd.
Trina Energy Storage Solution (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. is the energy storage company of Trina Group and the sister company of Trina Solar, the largest solar panel manufacturer in the world (according to GTM Search in 2014 and 2015). TrinaBESS designs, manufactures and delivers battery energy storage systems (BESS) for utilities, solar companies, project developers, installers and distributors for residential, commercial and utility markets. TrinaBESS provides on / off grid, off grid, handy power and micro grid energy storage solutions from 0.4 kWh batteries to 2 MWh batteries and larger. From its foundation in 2010 TrinaBESS has grown to one of the world's leading energy storage companies with over 100 R&D staff members and an international presence in Europe, North America, Australia and Asia.

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