TUV Testing for Degradation in Extreme Conditions
Astronergy mono and polycrystalline modules have passed the industry-leading Potential Induced Degradation (PID) test conducted by TUV Rheinland. PID is an effect that leads to significant power output decline of PV modules under the condition of negative bias voltage, high temperature and increased humidity. During the test, PV modules from Astronergy were assessed after being exposed to -1000 V at a temperature of 85 degrees C and relative humidity of 85% for 96 hours. Astronergy's PV modules exhibited less than 1.4% degradation result, which is below the TUV standard of not exceeding 5%, the company says.
Advanced Solar Technology
Astronergy specializes in cutting-edge research, development and production of solar panels. It is the first large scale producer of high-efficiency thin film PV modules in mainland China, and has been a trusted provider of monocrystalline and polycrystalline PV modules since its founding in 2006.
Technology Driven, Quality Focused
Technology is the heart of Astroenergy. While pushing solar power towards grid parity, it also drives quality management system. Thin film experts have brought Astronergy a-Si /µc-Si thin film PV to an efficiency rate of greater than 9%. The time, the effort, and the expertise invested in the development of technologies allows state of the art solar panels unparalleled in quality.
A Complete PV Product Line
Astroenergy is a provider of monocrystalline modules, polycrystalline modules, and high efficiency a-Si/µc-Si tandem junction thin film modules. It has one of the most complete PV product lines in the world.
In collaboration with its parent company, the Chint Group, Astronergy provides not only top-of-the-line solar modules, but also complete BOS components including inverters, array combiner boxes, DC protection, AC protection, and transformers. This has enabled the company to become the first in the industry to provide customizable PV solutions to satisfy a variety of photovoltaic needs, all from a single source.