Innotech Solar PV modules receive MCS certification for UK market

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The Innotech Solar Economy Project product range is now eligible for the British Clean Energy Cash Back Incentives.


The necessary MCS certificate has been granted by BABT/TUV Product Service Ltd. Economy Project modules offer value for money through the usage of optimized cells, which have been freed from impacts of cell-impurities. The Norwegian Innotech Solar develops and applies special unique laser based methods for the processing of cells and offers different module series.

Dr. Thomas Hillig, Director Sales & Marketing EMEA of Innotech Solar: “The MCS certificate is another indicator for the quality of our products after other independent institutions like the Photovoltaic Institute have verified the high standard of Innotech Solar modules. The Economy Project line is mainly used for bigger installations and also offers a small carbon footprint in the production. In the following months we will be able to introduce even more certified module types that are tailored for diverse applications and thus offer special benefits to our customers.”

The Economy project series are mainly available in classes of 210/220/230 Wp. With the TÜV certified and regularly calibrated measurement equipment Innotech Solar modules are flashed with a -0/+10 Wp tolerance. The efficiency of the 230 Wp modules reaches at least 14,06%. The modules come with a 5 year statutory warranty. Performance guarantee is 90% of output power for 10 years and 80% for 25 years, according to the Warranty Conditions of ITS.

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About Innotech Solar

The Innotech Solar Group is a solar technology company and international provider of PV modules. The company specialises in the analysis and optimisation of solar cells and employs industrial processes developed by their own research teams. Innotech Solar tests, sorts and optimises more cells from different manufacturers than any other cell or module provider in the world. Production is based in Norway and subsidiaries are located in Germany, China, and Switzerland.

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