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Taiwan-based thin film manufacturer, NexPower Technology, has had its 160W thin-film modules both UL and CEC registered. According to the company, its a-Si thin-film modules were first used in its project in Kansai, Japan, which has started construction.
In the first half of this year, NexPower shipped over 10MW to the USA. Most of these modules were used for a utility project near the area of New Jersey, while the rest were distributed for residential rooftop installations.
The company also states that in early 2012, NexPower modules were tested and listed as the world top three modules by the industry-recognized Photon Module Test 2011.
Charles Chen, sales and marketing vice president of NexPower, states, “Through the recently finished Intersolar North America, NexPower is gaining more inquiries these days. Together with the UL and CEC registrations, NexPower is confident the company will push the shipment record for America to a new record high in 2012.”