The compan said that its Optimal Premium Series modules, covering power ranges from 180Wp to 320Wp, have passed the JET pre-requisite testing for supply into the Japanese market.

The JETPVm certification, which comes in two forms: the Performance Certification mark and the Performance + Safety Certification mark, comprises the qualification and verification of products design, construction, reliability and performance as well as auditing the factories to ensure its compliance to ISO 9001.

CNPV COO and CTO Bypina Veerraju Chaudary said that the JET certification highly rigorous and PV module components must meet IEC61215& IEC61730, UL1730, UL746C and UL94 standards.

"The testing and review processes took numerous months to attain. Our commitment to the Japanese market, in all of its forms, is now further underscored with the JET mark approval.

"Our historic successes within the Japanese arena have been achieved with individual enthusiastic customers carrying out similar evaluations and establishing the depth of our quality, performance, longevity and service.

"The JET mark approval further allows a wider range of knowledgeable customers to generate a greater profit from use of CNPV Optimal Premium Series modules," added Chaudary.