GreenRay’ SunSine module has safety certification - Solar energy & PV news

GreenRay’ SunSine module has safety certification

Published on Solar energy & PV  |  September 1, 2010, 8:08

GreenRay announced that its SunSine200 ACmodule has passed all required tests for safety certification and was certified by Intertek to UL 1741 standard.

The company says that this is the first AC module, which received Intertek certification and has a guarantee of 20 years, which include the micro-integrated inverter.

“Having this important certification allows GreenRay to shift its focus and now aggressively build our sales and partner channels and begin production of the SunSine200 AC Module", said Miles C. Russell, founder and CEO of GreenRay.

“We expect to have product available for delivery starting in October. This has been a long development path, and we owe thanks to many partners who helped us get this far, including the Department of Energy, the MA Clean Energy Center, and our investors, 21Ventures and The Quercus Trust".

GreenRay is a private company based in Westford, MA, which was founded in 2006 by a group of veterans of the solar industry.
The four founders have over 60 years of PV system research, design and development activities.
In 1990, Ascension Technology company founders have managed to create SunSine -the world first fully integrated AC module.

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