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MPrimeís solar module delivers in TÜV ammonia and salt mist testing | Europe

MPrime?s solar module delivers in T√úV ammonia and salt mist testing

MPrime solar module has successfully overcome the salt mist and ammonia resistance tests performed by the world-class reputed institution T√úV Rheinland.
In these demanding tests, MPrime?s module has proved it?s resistance over the time to the corrosion caused by the exposure to salt-rich and humid atmospheres frequent in coastal regions and at sea, and to the effects of the ammonia gas produced by fertilizers and farm animals.
This achievement puts MPrime in the few PV producers endorsed with these certificates that guarantee the module?s performance even under extremely difficult weather or environmental conditions.
?Our aim is to offer, as part of our catalogue, a high quality module with the best guarantees in the market, and the T√úV certifications are an important step towards that goal. Now, installers and end consumers know that, choosing our module, the performance is 100% guaranteed, even if their installations are on the seashore or in agricultural areas?, stated Pedro Alves, MPrime General Manager.
Last August, MPrime PV modules ranked the 3rd best in the T√úV Rheinland 2010 Energy Yield Test, within a global assessment of the Top 20 Module Producers worldwide.
Furthermore, MPrime modules have received the ?Made in Europe? certification, key in the Italian market, where the guidelines set forth by the government as part of its 4th Conto Energia aim to reward projects that use at least 60% European content with a 10% increase over normal Feed in Tariffs rates.
MPrime produces its modules in one of the most technologically advanced factories in Europe, located in Portugal, and delivers them all over the world.
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Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2011-09-30