Trina Solar announces two solar PV standards approved by SEMI

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Greentech Lead Asia: Trina Solar, a Chinese provider of photovoltaic (PV) modules, solutions and services, announced that Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) has approved two standards submitted by Trina Solar.

The two standards approved by SEMI are: “Specification for Packaging Protection Technology for PV Modules” (SEMI PV44-0513) and the “Test Method for the Content of Vinyl Acetate (VA) in Ethylene-vinyl Acetate (EVA) Applied in PV Modules Using Thermal Gravimetric Analysis (TGA)” (SEMI PV45-0513). Trina Solar is the first PV company in China to lead the establishment of an international SEMI standard.

The first specification aids in the standardization of packaging particularly during the transportation of PV modules while the second specification guarantees minimum quality standards around poly ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA). Both standards aim to ensure greater consistency across the industry.

Trina Solar is the first PV company in China to establish new international SEMI standards. The company believes the standards will help the industry continue to meet growing customer needs for more efficient and environmentally sustainable PV solutions.

At its first plenary session in February 2012, the SEMI China PV Committee accepted two proposals for new standards submitted by Trina Solar. The committee also approved the establishment of the Crystalline Silicon PV Module Task Force, which will be led by Trina Solar.

The Company spearheaded the drafting of the standards and the development of joint testing and verification of technical indicators. The standards were technically approved by the Photovoltaic Global Technical Committee and later approved for publication by the global Audits and Reviews Subcommittee in May 2013.

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