Credence Solar Gets BIS Certification for its PV Modules
Credence Solar panels Private Limited, a Rajkot based solar panel manufacture having the production capacity of 200MW equipped with most modern manufacturing machinery capable of M10 and M12 (540 to 670W in mono and Bifacial) are now certified and approved by BIS for their quality.
September 05, 2022. By News Bureau
Credence solar is being led from the frond by technocrats from the industry who has got vide range of experience. Their innovative ideology and swimming with technology shift has made the most modern plant to be operational from April 2022.
First project of 500KW with 210mm 650WP is expected to commission in a week which is in Rajkot, Gujarat which may be the first project with higher efficiency modules by any Indian manufacture. Also, the achieved efficiency of 21.60% with 12BB 210mm 670W is the best from India as on date.
The demand of high efficiency modules are going up and as on date the line is almost booked. New machinery is on the way to gear up the capacity and in next 6 months we will be in 500MW club.
Mr. Ashvin C Boda - MD of Credence also added that the motto of organisation is to contribute in the field of Renewable energy sector by producing high efficiency solar PV products to meet the global standards and requirements with premium quality to satisfy the customers.
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