Trina Storage, the global energy storage solution provider, is premiering at North America’s leading solar event, Solar Power International (RE+) 2022, to be held in Anaheim California with the New Elementa – a flexible, safe and high-performance battery system.
Trina Storage will innovatively display the New Elementa battery system during SPI. For nearly a decade, the company has been developing, refining, and defining its in-house battery technology specifically optimized for Grid Scale applications. The cutting-edge cell technology combined with advanced Battery Management techniques make it possible to enhance the battery lifetime to over 12,000 cycles.
The Elementa battery is fully integrated with Trina’s in-house Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) cells, inbuilt fire detection and suppression systems, and monitored by a dedicated Battery Management System (BMS). It offers a state-of-the-art, revenue generating Grid asset which has also been optimized for lower OPEX through flexibility, smooth installation, and efficient maintenance.
From sales, product, engineering, supply chain, business development, project execution, finance to marketing – Trina Storage has boots on the ground for all core business and supporting functions in North America.
Bringing decades of experience in designing, deploying as well as operating battery storage projects across the continent, this highly experienced team understands battery storage technology and has the expertise to design unique solutions for different market applications and use cases.
Terry Chen, Head of Overseas Energy Storage Business, said: “The BESS industry in the US and North America is poised for substantial growth in the coming years. We look forward to working together with our customers and business partners to help shape this growth story.”
“Drawing from the company’s long-standing PV manufacturing heritage, we have developed battery cell R&D, system integration as well as project development capability to bring premium battery storage products and solutions to the market.”