PV module manufacturer Seraphim Solar said it had been granted an ‘A rating certification for its modules with Brazil's National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology (Inmetro).
The certification carries a scale of A through E for module quality, technical competence, and energy efficiency. All of the tested Seraphim modules appearing on the list received an A rating, according to Seraphim.
Justin Xi, Global Executive General Manager of Seraphim Solar said: “Brazil will be a key PV market with local government the commitment, and their complete support and strong pursuance for renewable energies and solar. We anticipate rapid growth in Brazil. Our global strategy for brand recognition has been well received, and with our US Factory in Jackson, Mississippi opening next month, we continue to enhance our worldwide capabilities for our customers.”
Brazil still has an import tax on PV modules but also supports local content rules for PV projects under its recent rounds of renewable energy bids.