MUNICH, May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ET Solar Energy Corp. ("ET Solar"), a leading smart energy solutions provider, announces that its mono-crystalline ET-M660250 module ranked third of 176 modules in PHOTON Lab's 2013 outdoor module yield measurement tests.
In 2012, the ET Solar multi-crystalline ET- P660240 ranked sixth among the more than 150 modules tested. The ET- M660250 test results represent a further improvement over its excellent performance in the 2013 test results, when it ranked third among the more than 170 modules with a 93.4% performance ratio. PHOTON Lab's test, which is well known in the PV industry, scientifically tests the performance of various PV modules under real environmental conditions to help consumers select the best supplier of PV modules.
ET Solar provides package services throughout the entire lifecycle of solar power plants, including components manufacturing using first-class raw materials, industry-leading equipment, and fully automated production with 100% quality control. ET Solar also collaborates with PowerGuard to provide specialized insurance solutions for global customers.
Mr. Dennis She, president and CEO of ET Solar, notes that, "We are committed to provide the best and most suitable products for our global customers that maximize the value of our partners' investment while minimizing cost and risk. With over 3 GW modules installed in more than 60 countries, ET Solar provides green energy worldwide."
About ET Solar
ET Solar is a leading smart energy solutions provider. With innovative solar technologies and tailored finance solutions, ET Solar provides professional one-stop solutions throughout the entire life cycle of solar power plants, including development, finance, EPC and O&M service. To learn more about ET Solar, please visit http://www.etsolar.com.
About PHOTON Lab
PHOTON Lab is a company of the PHOTON group. Since its establishment in 2009, PHOTON Lab has carried out more than 6,000 measurements for various photovoltaic equipments. It performs professional, long-term yield measurements on an outdoor test field. To find out more, please visit: http://www.photon-laboratory.com.
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