HT-SAAE ‘HIGHWAY’ PV modules pass ‘Triple IEC Standard’ test

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HT-SAAE said that according to TUV Rheinland, there were only a few PV module producers around the world that have completed the ‘Triple IEC Standard’ test. Image: HT-SAAE

China-based N-type monocrystalline module manufacturer Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical Co., (HT-SAAE) said that it’s ‘HIGHWAY’ PV modules (265 – 270W 60-cell) have gained TUV Rheinland’s ‘Ultimate Reliability Certification’.

HT-SAAE said that according to TUV Rheinland, there were only a few PV module producers around the world that have completed the ‘Triple IEC Standard’ test. Every piece of module sampled must remain reliable and safe in the long-term (25 to 30 years) and have output degradation less than 5%.

Shi Lei, general manager of the photovoltaic business department at HT-SAAE said, “The HIGHWAY PV modules have topped their peers in the market. They've already hit overseas markets such as Japan, Brazil and India. It gives our clients confidence and assurance for them to make informed investment decision.”

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