Indian manufacturer Vikram Solar announced today that its PV module testing facility located in Falta, West Bengal, is now NABL [National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories] accredited to test the performance and reliability of high-efficiency solar panels. NABL awarded ISO 17025 accreditation to Vikram Solar lab after a detailed quality system assessment based on domestic and international standards.
Speaking on the achievement, Gyanesh Chaudhary, chairman and managing director of Vikram Solar, said, “The accreditation will enable our customers to receive timely, accurate, and transparent data on multiple assessments of our PV modules. The accreditation by a regulatory body certifies that our module efficiency and performance results are consistent, accurate, and generated using industry-standard protocols.”
Headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, Vikram Solar has a cumulative PV module production capacity of 3.5 GW per year and an EPC portfolio of 1.42 GW (commissioned and under execution). The company is a ‘Top Performer’ in PVEL’s PV module reliability scorecard and has been included in Tier 1 solar PV modules manufacturer list of BloombergNEF. It also featured in Fortune India’s Next 500 list 2023, a prestigious ranking that recognizes India’s fastest-growing mid-sized companies.
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