WINAICO secures JET certification for the Japanese solar market

WINAICO secures JET certification for both WST and WSP PV modules to provide top quality PV solution to the Japanese solar market

Hsinchu, Taiwan, 18.11.2014 – WINAICO, a globally leading PV module brand by the semiconductor company, Win Win Precision Technology Co., Ltd., has announced their WST and WSP module series have obtained JET certifications for the Japanese solar market. The milestone is further proof of WINAICO's PV module workmanship passes JET's stringent quality requirements, and demonstrates WINAICO's conviction in providing quality PV solution to the Japanese market.

WINAICO has been actively developing the Japanese market since 2013, with key customers installing WINAICO modules in Commercial and Utility scale projects all over Japan. Key installations using WINAICO modules can be found as north as Hokkaido, and as far south as Ishigaki island. JET certificate is an important indicator that WINAICO's products conform to the quality standard required by the Japanese market. In addition to JET, WINAICO has acquired the complete solar certificates from TUV and UL, and also passed the most stringent hail stone and PID tests. WINAICO recently launched the micro-crack preventing solar cell technology, HeatCap, to ensure WINAICO continues to be a technology and reliability leader in the global solar markets.
"WINAICO modules can be found all over Japan, not to mention the Commercial and Utility scale installations in Hokkaido and Ishigaki island", said Loftur Thorarinsson, Representative Director of WINAICO Japan K.K. "Our customers appreciate WINAICO for the top quality PV modules that we provide, and the JET certificate assures our Japanese customers that WINAICO modules conform to the highest quality standard required by the local market."

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