Ontario — Heliene has been recognized as a Top Performer in the 2022 PV Module Reliability Scorecard published by PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), the leading independent lab for the downstream solar and energy storage market.
Now in its eighth installment, the PV Module Reliability Scorecard provides information about long-term reliability and performance data.
It summarizes results from the PV Module Product Qualification Program (PQP), a testing regime established by PVEL in 2012 to provide data for PV module supplier benchmarking and project-level energy yield and financial models.
According to the report, this year, Heliene received Top Performer status for its 108HC-M10[355W-400W], 120HC-M10[405W-450W], 132HC-M10[455W-500W], and 144HC-M10[505W-550W] Monofacial and Bifacial modules. Top Performer status is given to model types with less than 2 percent degradation for the PQP reliability tests included in the 2022 publication.
Heliene received Top Performer status for its 72M and 60M modules in the 2020 PV Module Reliability Scorecard.
“We’re honored to once again receive the distinction of Top Performer from PVEL, which is globally recognized for high-standard independent quality evaluations,” said Martin Pochtaruk, CEO at Heliene. “This accomplishment validates our longstanding commitment to customer success and furthers our reputation and track record as a highly bankable module manufacturer.”
Heliene’s products are all backed by a 15 Year Workmanship Warranty and a 25 Year Linear Performance Guarantee.