LUXEMBOURG & DONGYING, CHINA: CNPV Solar Power SA has confirmed that TUV Rheinland verified its mono and polycrystalline modules meet ISOCD14067. The specific data accrued during assessment places CNPV as one of the leading Companies controlling their impact on the environment and natural resources.
"We champion green energy conversion daily, as we demonstrate our real value features and initiatives within our products," iterated Bypina Veerraju Chaudary, CNPV's COO.
"Historically, we initiated our corporate policies to first and foremost satisfy the ethical requirement that we share with our customer base. This alignment of principles is fundamental to our customer satisfaction and covers all elements of interaction, morally, ethically, technically and commercially. With recent conclusive data provided by TUV Rheinland demonstrating our results to date, we can continue to develop further initiatives to continually reduce our environmental impact from both sides of the equation; further reduction in carbon consumption during the products life cycle, and increased photon conversion with products in use."
The ISOCD14067 standard incorporates ISO14040:2006, ISO14044:2006, and PAS2050:2011. It delivers a numerical CO2 value generated from both manufacture and through the life cycle of the product over a period of 100 years. The evaluation process includes raw materials evaluation, conversion processes, manufacturing burdens, in use variations of the product and final degradation.
For a company involved intensively in promoting green energy conversion, the only way to know that they truly believe what they are promoting is when they are able to supply their independently assessed "Carbon Footprint Calculated" logo with their products.