Libra Energy delivers only high-quality solar panels that satisfy all international requirements and regulations. Our quality management system enables us to safeguard this quality. We regularly have solar panels tested by official test authorities, including Eternal Sun and TÜV Rheinland. We also visit our manufacturers to check their quality and testing procedures.
JA Solar is the biggest manufacturer of solar cells in the world and in world rankings, is ranked fourth in the manufacture of high-quality solar panels. JA Solar market share in the Netherlands amounted to approximately 25% in 2015. JA Solar stands out through its strong focus on innovation. The high efficiency panels Percium (mono) and Riecium (poly) modules have been particularly successful. The panels with integrated SolarEdge Power Optimiser are also very much in demand. Total production for 2015 was approximately 3.5GW. A new factory will be completely ready in 2016, with a total additional 1GW capacity.
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Jinko is the largest manufacturer of solar panels in the world. She has guided 2017 PV module shipments to be in the range of 8.5GW and 9GW after reporting 6.65GW of module shipments in 2016. The quality of their solar panels are excellent.
CSUN, listed on the NASDAQ, is a leading manufacturer of solar cells and solar panels and is closely connected with the renowned China Electric Equipment Group (CEEG). CSUN has extensive experience in the PV industry and is known for development, efficiency and quality. CSUN originally focused on the manufacture of solar cells, supplying these to leading European module manufacturers. However, current EU import restrictions mean that this is no longer possible. CSUN has a current production capacity of 1.2GW and supplies more than 1.4GW in modules. CSUN has production facilities in China, Vietnam and Turkey.
Canadian Solar is founded in 2001. They produce their products in Vietnam. Libra Energy offers the Canadian Solar modules at a very good price.
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JAPANESE QUALITY WITHOUT COMPRONISE
Panasonic has been developing solar cells since 1975. It has provided the benchmark for developing new, innovative photovoltaic products for many years.