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ReneSola, a China-based manufacturer of solar modules and wafers, has received certification from the Standards Institution of Israel (SII) for its solar modules — including its Virtus, monocrystalline and multicrystalline series of solar modules.
The certification confirms that the company’s solar modules meet Israel’s safety equipment. But more importantly, its modules are now allowed to be used for on-grid installation in Israel as the Israeli government requires all solar modules to be certified as complying with SII’s certification before its use.
Xianshou Li, ReneSola’s chief executive officer, said, "SII certification is the first step in establishing ReneSola's market presence in Israel, which is a key solar market in the Middle East. We believe our Virtus modules are well suited for installation in Israel's climate because the quasi-mono modules provide high efficiency with very low temperature sensitivity. With this certification, we will begin to invest more heavily in the Israeli market to place our high-quality