Vikram Solar, a PV module manufacturer and EPC contractor, today announced it had been listed as a top performer in the Product Qualification Program (PQP) by PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), an independent solar test lab (previously operated by DNV GL). The manufacturer’s Series 6 modules, with next-generation M6 cells, exceeded the international quality and performance benchmarks by PVEL.
The company has claimed the top performer position in PVEL’s PV module reliability scorecard list for the third consecutive year, and has been listed as a top performer four times in the last five years
The rankings are based on results from rigorous, comprehensive testing programs. Top performing modules showed less than 2% degradation for the entirety of the test sequence.
This year, Vikram Solar’s Series 6 modules, Somera and Prexos, were nominated for accelerated stress testing and characterization under PVEL LLC’s PQP. The test results exceeded the quality and performance benchmarks.
Vikram Solar’s annual PV module production capacity stands at 1.2 GW.
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Well Done Vikram Solar….
Now how about ramping up Production to 12GW/yr from 1.2 GW/yr…..
India will need 500GW/yr of Solar Panels till 2050 to achieve Zero Pollution by 2050… All the Best…
….. as US President Reagan would have said…. “YOU AIN’T SEEN ANYTHING… YET”
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