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· Highest performance enabled by higher efficiency monocrystal line cells and the latest Solar Wafer Technology for multicrystal line cells
· Lower weight design which reduces the total system load on a roof, making it ideal for residential customers. Its shape allows for better roof utilization
· Its low weight means easier handling for installers
· Modules are designed to withstand PID (Potential Induced Degradation)*
· High light transmission Anti-Reflective Glass with improved self-cleaning capability
· 0/+5 W Positive power tolerance for reliable power output
CNBM Solar provides one of the most comprehensive module warranties in the industry:
· 10 years for product defects in materials and workmanship
· First 12 years for 90% of warranted minimum power
· Remaining 25 years for 80% of warranted minimum power
CNBM Solar strictly carries out the ISO 9001 quality control methodology and has implemented check points at every step of the production process to ensure our product performance durability and safety. The stringent quality control process has been confirmed by numerous independent agencies and LDK Solar modules earned IEC, TUV and UL certifications.
· IEC:IEC 61215, IEC 61730 (1&2), conformity to CE
· UL 1703 2002/03/15 Ed:3 Rev:2004/06/30
· ULC/ORD-C1703-01 Second Edition 2001/01/01
· UL and Canadian Standard for Safety Flat-Plate
· ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems
· CEC Listed: Modules are eligible for California Rebates
· PV Cycle: Voluntary module take back and recycling program
· MCS Certificate
Q: How long has Solar PV technology been around?
In 1838 the photoelectric effect was discovered by physicist Edmund Becquerel although it wasn't until the 1950's that the technology was developed enough to produce efficient working cells.
Q: Are Photovoltaic panels expensive?
Over the last 20 years the price of PV modules has fallen dramatically, from around £15 per Wpk in 1980 to current prices of around £3.50 per Wpk.
Q: Will I have to get planning permission?
Not in the vast majority of cases. However if you want your system ground mounted, if your property is part of a world heritage site, or is listed, then planning permission would likely have to be sought in advance.
Q: How long will a Solar PV system last?
The MCS accreditation scheme means that all panels installed under the scheme by approved agents will continue to generate for at least 25 years. Over this time their output will diminish slightly but they should still perform at 85% at the 25 year mark according to the scheme rules.
Q: How much Power can I expect to get from my Solar PV’s?
Typically an installed 1kWpk array will produce 800kWh/year. 2kWpk will produce 1600kWh/year and so on.
Q: How much will I get paid for the electricity I feed into the grid?
If you install a qualifying small system (1-4kWpk) in the UK before October 2012 you will get paid 16 pence for every kWh you generate regardless of whether you use it yourself or export it to other users. This is a generation tariff or feed in tariff.
Q: Is it true that I can get my electricity meter can spin backwards?
Not usually, nor is it legal to do this. The very old meters may cause this to happen however the company installing your PV will advise you if you need to ask for a meter replacement from the company supplying your electricity. This is usually free of charge.
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