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Baoding, China (SPX) Dec 31, 2012
Yingli Green Energy reports that its multicrystalline PV modules passed the Potential Induced Degradation ("PID") test conducted by TUV SUD. The PID test was conducted under stringent conditions of 85 degrees Celsius, 85% relative humidity, and 1,000 volts of system voltage bias with a testing duration of 96 hours.
The test results showed that the power degradation of Yingli Solar modules was lower than 0.5%, significantly below the maximum allowable power output degradation rate of 5%.
"We're pleased to achieve such a great success in the PID test performed by TUV SUD, which is one of the world's leading technical service organizations," said Mr. Liansheng Miao, Chairman and Chief Executive officer of Yingli Green Energy.
"The test results fully demonstrate our commitment to product reliability. We will continue to elevate the performance of our products with an aim to maximize customers' benefits."
Mr. Robert Puto, Global Product Manager-Photovoltaics of TUV SUD Product Service, commented, "As the competition of the solar industry continues to intensify, more and more PV module manufactures select to partner with leading third-party technical service organizations such as TUV SUD to test and certify their excellent product quality and advanced assembly technology.
Yingli's leading position in the global market is attributable to its stringent quality control efforts and technology innovations. TUV SUD is committed to providing authoritative testing and certification services for well-known enterprises by leveraging our strong technical strength and brand advantages.
Yingli Green Energy
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