Risen Energy Co., Ltd, a leading, Tier 1 manufacturer of high-performance solar photovoltaic products, disclosed today that it has been recognized as a “Top Performer” in second consecutive year in PV Evolution Lab’s (PVEL) 2022 PV Module Reliability Scorecard, for its outstanding product reliability and performance.
Rankings are based on performance and reliability data from the PVEL PV Module Product Qualification Program, a suite of lab and field tests that inform solar energy related market procurement and investment decisions.
Tristan Erion-Lorico, Head of PV Module Business at PVEL, said: “Each year, out of 100 manufactures and many hundreds of product types participate in PVEL’s ranking and only a highly selected few make to the final Top Performers recognition. We are pleased to see Risen Energy’s name on the list again and we sincerely hope to test more new Risen products in the future as the company keeps innovating.”
B Veerraju Chaudary, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer (CSMO) of Risen Energy, said, “Reliability and innovation are engraved in the DNA of Risen. We never stop finding a better way to support customers’ needs for high-quality, durable and economic energy solutions. For example, our newly released product Hyper-ion, using the cutting-edge HJT technology, with its power output more than 700Wp per Module, offers best choice for customers who are expecting higher performance with lower balance-of-system cost and levelized cost of electricity. We can’t wait to see it be included in next year’s Top Performer list.”
“Risen have been focusing on powering the world with best quality and cost-effective PV module products more than two decades. We have made a string of developments in technology innovation. Our Titan series products, with more power generation and higher efficiency, have received strong market recognition since launching,” said Danny Song, Product Director of Risen Energy, “Now it’s encouraging to see our advanced technical know-how earn the recognition from a renowned authoritative third party as well.”