LONGi Solar secures second TUV Rheinland ‘PV Module Energy Yield Simulation Award’

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LONGi Solar President, Mr. Wenxue Li, accepts the PV module Energy Yield Simulation Award by TUV Rheinland. Image: LONGi Solar

‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) member LONGi Solar, subsidiary of LONGi Green Energy, the leading integrated monocrystalline PV manufacturer has received for the second year in a row an award from testing services firm TUV Rheinland  for “PV Module Energy Yield Simulation (Mono Group),” part of the “All Quality Matters” awards.

Wenxue Li, President of LONGi Solar said, “LONGi Solar has always been committed to giving to our customers the best products and services. This award is the result of objective measurement, and it also underlines the excellent performance of LONGi Solar mono modules with regard to energy yield. LONGi Solar will work harder to live up to your trust and expectations, make more reliable and efficient products, and provide customers with more cost-effective services.”

TUV Rheinland's Energy Yield evaluation tests require the simulations of climatic environments in five different regions worldwide – Cologne (Germany), Datong (China), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Chennai (India) and Los Angeles (USA). 

At the conclusion of the tests, LONGi Solar’s 60-cell mono module was named the best performing module and winner in the mono group.

LONGi Solar noted that it spent more than RMB 1.8 billion (US$285 million) on R&D activities in the past five years.

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