FuturaSun’s modules have been certified as Class A modules. This international recognition has projected the company straight into the Brazilian market
FuturaSun polycrystalline module FU 250 P (250 Wp) and monocrystalline total black module FU 265 M (265 Wp) have passed the INMETRO Test and are now recognized at an international level as Class A – INMETRO PV modules.
This certification is strictly necessary if a company would like to place its products in the Brazilian market. Thanks to this recognition, FuturaSun can now sell these modules in this important emerging PV market.
The Brazilian Government has recently approved some new laws to sustain the photovoltaic sector. The 20% duty for the installation of PV plants has been cancelled. This decision has had a strongly positive effect on the PV sector: facilitating an increase in module sales and the installation of new large scale PV plants as well as residential PV systems.
The Brazilian Government has also introduced some important changes in the net metering. The energy produced by a PV plant in a one location can now be used by another consumer whose house or office is located in another location, and this consumer will not pay for the energy transportation cost.
This certification is valid for one year. The aim of INMETRO test is to confirm that a module’s declared power output is matched by its actual power output. All the tests have been developed by São Paulo University.
This recognition confirm FuturaSun’s international status and presence in one of the most important emerging PV markets.
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