The Power Behind the Panel, Trina Solar manufactures mono-crystalline and poly-crystalline photovoltaic PV solar panels. These are the same Trina Solar high-quality PV panels used by SolarCity to provide clean and reliable solar electric power to on-grid and off-grid residential, commercial, industrial and utility scale applications around the world. Trina Solar has been ranked as one of the Most Bankable PV module manufacturers by Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Operating since 1997, Trina is a public company traded on the New York Stock exchange (NYSE: TSL) with annual revenue of nearly $3 billion. Search this great selection with some of the lowest prices for Trina solar panels.
Trina Solar Named as World's Most Bankable PV Module Manufacturer by Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), in its 2016 survey of key PV stakeholders, announced that 100% of respondents said that Trina Solar was bankable, confirming the leading position in the solar PV market. Survey participants, which were banks, technical consultants, engineering contractors, asset managers and independent power producers from all around the world, were asked which PV module brands they considered bankable by their own internal criteria, which is usually based on product quality and the manufacturer's financial strength. Trina Solar topped the list of 50 module manufacturers, being the only company that all survey respondents believed was bankable.
The report details the findings of a survey conducted by BNEF to identify which module manufacturers are most likely to obtain financing by commercial banks for large projects. The report also details how Trina Solar modules were used in more debt financed projects than any other manufacturer's modules since the start of 2014, having secured funding for more than 1.2GW for 15 different projects tracked by the BNEF database. The BNEF database is not fully comprehensive, but contains almost 14,000 solar financings worldwide.
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