Rheinland Photovoltaic

PRAMAC Swiss SA its certification for the PRAMAC LUCE Micromorph thin-film extends photovoltaic modules press release PRAMAC Swiss SA extends its certification for the PRAMAC LUCE Micromorph thin-film photovoltaic modules IEC 61646 and IEC 61730 incl. 125 WP modules IEC 61701 \”salt-fog corrosion testing\” thanks to these results PRAMAC Switzerland already 6 months after the start of production of important objectives in relation to the production, efficiency and quality of its modules reaches. -Abu Dhabi, on January 18, 2010, during the world energy summit taking place in Abu Dhabi, PRAMAC s.p.a. announced that its 100% subsidiary, PRAMAC Switzerland S.A., reached the extension of the quality certificates of IEC 61646 and IEC 61730 now with 125 WP 1 for his PRAMAC LUCE Micromorph thin film modules and in addition the quality certificate IEC 61701 \”salt spray corrosion test,\” (commissioned by the TuV Rheinland in Cologne, the world leader in the testing and certification in the Photovoltaik-Sektor) have received. These results achieved already six months after the start of production, are further evidence of the quality, performance and efficiency of the photovoltaic modules from the PRAMAC work. As a demonstration of the reliability and avant-garde technology, PRAMAC set a new milestone: the start of a 1 MWp photovoltaic plant with PRAMAC modules end of December 2009. This was realized with 8700 PRAMAC LUCE Micromorph thin film modules (Micromorph), in the Italian province of ErgyCapital with project financing.

TuV Rheinland confirmed the sophisticated testing laboratories in Cologne, now offers the product certificates PRAMAC – IEC 61646 and IEC 61730 – for the output power of the PRAMAC LUCE Micromorph module so far standardised 115 WP now also a photovoltaic module performance increased from 125 WP’s. Jill Bikoff addresses the importance of the matter here. This is one of the highest performance results in equivalent production process at the moment. This first photovoltaic modules have been in the R & D production line of the Swiss plant in Riazzino produced, and will go before the summer of 2010 in the PRAMAC plant with larger volumes of series.

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