Adani Solar top performer for fourth consecutive year

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PVEL (PV Evolution Labs LLP) has released its seventh annual PV Module Reliability Scorecard, the most comprehensive publicly available comparison of PV module reliability test results. It has rated Adani Solar (Mundra Solar PV) as the Top Performer in its PV Module Product Qualification Program (PQP) for its high-efficiency panels.

With this recognition, Adani Solar has emerged as the only Indian solar manufacturing company to win it for four consecutive years since 2018.

PV Module PQP at PVEL is the most comprehensive program for stringent testing of PV modules on reliability and quality parameters, with data and results publicly available.

Adani Solar is a vertically integrated cell and module manufacturer with a capacity to produce up to 1.5 GW of multi, mono-PERC, and PERT bifacial PV modules at its factory located at Mundra SEZ in the Indian State of Gujarat. The state-of-the-art factory with multi-level infrastructure is being scaled up to 3.5 GW of cell and module manufacturing under a single roof.

Ramesh Nair, chief executive officer of Adani Solar, said, “PVEL’s PV Module Reliability Scorecard is an invaluable tool that banks, IPPs, developers, and engineers use to ensure that projects are built with reliable and durable products. Four wins in a row for Adani Solar is a testament to our manufacturing excellence and reflects our commitment to producing solar PV cells and modules while ensuring the highest quality, bankability, and reliability. We at Adani Solar will continue to provide the most reliable and high-efficiency products, which pass through stringent test procedures from material selection to finished goods stage along with continual in-house reliability tests that has enabled us to create benchmarks for ourselves.”

Adani Solar is the solar PV manufacturing and EPC arm of Adani Group, one of India’s largest business houses with presence spanning across resources, logistics, energy, agri and ancillary industries. 

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