Vikram Solar modules top performer for seventh time in PVEL testing

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Indian manufacturer Vikram Solar announced this week its PV modules have been recognized as top performers in PVEL’s PV Module Reliability Scorecard for 2024. It earned this distinction for seventh year.

Vikram Solar’s Paradea series, including the 108/120/144 half-cut cell modules, participated in PVEL’s rigorous Product Qualification Program (PQP), which assesses the reliability and performance of PV modules.

“The modules were subjected to a series of demanding tests, including thermal cycling, damp heat, mechanical stress sequence, hail stress sequence, potential induced degradation (PID), light induced degradation plus light and elevated temperature induced degradation (LID+LETID), and PAN performance, all of which has been successfully cleared,” stated Vikram Solar.

Headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, Vikram Solar has a cumulative PV module production capacity of 3.5 GW with an international presence across 32 countries. It also has an EPC portfolio of 1.6 GW (commissioned and under execution projects).

 

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