MUMBAI: Moser Baer Photo Voltaic Ltd (MBPV) has forayed into the
Australian market. The company will now offer its Crystalline Silicon
products to the consumers in the country.
Recognising the TuV Intercert’s IECEE-CB certification, Clean Energy
Council (CEC) has allowed the company to offer its Crystalline Silicon
modules in Australia. This certification is mandatory for all those
players who want to operate in the Australian market.
“Australia is one of the new emerging markets for solar energy as its
Government has declared that 20 per cent of its total electricity
generation should be through renewable sources by 2020. This offers us
with a huge potential market to be tapped,” said MBIL executive
director Ratul Puri.
He also added that the company’s products and services meet the
international standards including UL, IEC, ETL, CE, TuV, MCS allowing
it to operate in key emerging markets like Australia, Japan, United
Kingdom and United States of America.
MBPV CEO Rajiv Arya added, “Acceptance of our products by CEC is a
testimony of the high quality of products offered by us. To apply for
CEC listing, it was necessary for our products to get the IECEE-CB
certificate, which was duly accorded by TuV Intercert. Our products
are now listed on their website allowing us to operate in Australia.”