2017-07-12 | Editor : Evangeline_H 870 pageviews

JinkoSolar Partners with TUV Rheinland to Develop Standardized Testing Methods for Bifacial Modules

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd., a company in the PV industry, announced that it is partnering with TUV Rheinland, an independent provider of technical services for testing, inspection, certification, consultation and training, to develop standardized testing methods for bifacial PV technology.

As the convener of the IEC/TC82 solar cell working group, Dr. Jin Hao, Vice President of JinkoSolar, has been inviting domestic and foreign experts to discuss about the draft for IEC60904-1-2 bifacial standards and the difficulties of bifacial technology. By participating in IEC meetings, PVQAT meetings as well as a number of other forums, JinkoSolar has been working to further develop its bifacial technology and establish industry standards for future testing methods. JinkoSolar has joined a working group organized by Dr. Christos from TUV Rheinland to develop standardized testing methods for bifacial modules and a draft of the testing method is now released. JinkoSolar is one of the first companies to receive a final testing report based on this draft.

"As an industry leader, JinkoSolar has deployed considerable resources towards further developing its bifacial technology and standardizing testing methods," commented Dr. Jin Hao, Vice President of JinkoSolar. "We will continue to work with authoritative independent technical service providers such as TUV Rheinland to further study and standardize testing methods for bifacial modules used in outdoor power generation systems."

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