The IEA expects the renewable electricity forecast to expand by over 920 GW or 43% during the next five years, with solar PV representing the largest contribution.
Powering traffic lights and electronic road infrastructure, electric vehicle charging stations, residential, commercial and industrial sectors, solar PV use is expanding around the world as a leading renewable energy source.
Manufacturers must be able to show that their products comply with required safety and performance regulations. Since PV systems need substantial investment, manufacturers must also demonstrate that their products will perform for long periods, as promised, and be able to cope with the harsh conditions in which PV systems operate.
In order to achieve this, manufacturers in turn, must ensure the safety, resistance and performance of the components that comprise their PV products and systems.
IECEE is the IEC System of Conformity Assessment Schemes for Electrotechnical Equipment and Components. The different schemes test the safety, quality, efficiency and overall performance of electrical and electronic components, devices and equipment for homes, offices, workshops and health facilities, to ensure they comply with IEC International Standards. IECEE covers 23 categories of electrical equipment and testing services, including PV.
IECEE Members use the principal of mutual recognition or reciprocal acceptance of test results to obtain certification or approval at national levels around the world, since IECEE certification offers proof of compliance to IEC International Standards. IECEE PV certification:
Find out more about IECEE.