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TüV Rheinland Awards BIPV PV Curtain Wall Module Certification to CECEP SOLAR Energy Technology (Zhenjiang) Co., Ltd.

来源:中节能太阳能科技(镇江)有限公司 时间:2022-12-01 【字号:

On December 1, TÜV Rheinland Yangtze River Delta Solar Testing Center Inauguration Ceremony and Photovoltaic Advanced Technology Symposium were grandly held. While the event was in full swing, TÜV Rheinland awarded BIPV PV Curtain Wall Module Certification to CECEP SOLAR Energy Technology (Zhenjiang) Co., Ltd.. Mr. Li Weichun, Vice President of TÜV Rheinland Global Power Electronics Product Services and General Manager of Solar and Commercial Product Services in China's mainland, along with Mr. Gao Ronggang, Deputy General Manager of CECEP SOLAR Zhenjiang, attended the certification award ceremony.

CECEP SOLAR Zhenjiang has been dedicated to the research, manufacturing, and sales of crystalline silicon solar cells and modules. The company has consistently pursued technological innovation and new product development. The developed BIPV PV curtain wall modules are designed in accordance with the requirements for building components, such as fire resistance, waterproofing, and heat dissipation, ensuring reliability. They also incorporate architectural aesthetic features and colorful design elements from the initial design stage. In terms of installation, an innovative integrated design is adopted, allowing for easy mounting on building roofs and facades, seamlessly integrating them as an integral part of the building.

Introduction to the Performance of the BIPV Product

Optional appearance: LOWE glass, colored glass, easy clean glass, etc.

Optional glass thickness: 6mm, 8mm, 10mm and 12mm

Optional curtain wall structures: single power generation curtain wall, hollow power generation curtain wall, and laminated hollow power generation curtain wall

Optional installation position of the junction box: led out from the side or led out from the back

The IEC certification awarded by TÜV Rheinland is a recognition of the high reliability, low attenuation, and low energy consumption properties of CECEP SOLAR Zhenjiang's BIPV products. This certification plays a significant role in helping the company further expand its market and enhance the overall competitiveness and influence of its products.

In the recently completed M3 module workshop of CECEP SOLAR Zhenjiang, there was an emphasis on incorporating the concept of green power generation. During the initial planning phase, special attention was given to the design of an eye-catching photovoltaic curtain wall on the exterior facade of the workshop. This innovative design breaks away from traditional architectural norms by effectively addressing the power generation needs while also meeting the standards for building installation. By increasing the thickness of the glass of the curtain wall and encapsulating the solar cells within a double-layered glass panel, the risk of reliability issues due to hidden cracks is eliminated. The high-tech connectors used at the interface between the curtain wall and the steel structure provide robust support, ensuring both the power generation capabilities and the structural reliability, stability, and aesthetic appeal of the facade.

(PV Curtain Wall of M3 Workshop of CECEP SOLAR Zhenjiang)

General Secretary Xi Jinping's proposal of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality" has provided a clear blueprint for the development of green energy. The report to the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China has further formulated a new plan for the dual carbon goals, providing guidance for China's sustainable development. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the central enterprise, the company will seize the opportunity presented by the acquisition of this certification to further focus on the research and development of BIPV products. Simultaneously, it will fully integrate green development concepts, enhance related support services, and develop more products suitable for building-integrated photovoltaics. In the future, the company will strengthen technological research and development, promote carbon reduction in building construction, and contribute to achieving dual carbon goals.