ZNShine Solar Testing Lab successfully passes CNAs Certification
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Shanghai – November 24th, 2020. On 21st and 22nd, the China National Accreditation Commission for Conformity Assessment (CNAs) appointed an evaluation expert group to visit ZNShine Solar testing center and conduct an on-site laboratory evaluation.
The evaluation expert group conducted a comprehensive review on the management and technical capabilities of the testing center by observing the overall environment of the testing center, on-site testing, verifying the use and calibration of the company’s testing instruments.
CNAs team agreed that ZNShine Solar management system meets the relevant requirements of CNAs, and that can effectively operate and continuously improve. After this on-site evaluation, the company will improve the quality management work of the testing center by implementing the CNAs review expert group suggestions and opinions.
ABOUT ZNSHINE SOLAR
Founded in 1988, ZNShine Solar is a BNEF Tier1 module manufacturer with over 32 years of manufacturing excellence and 5 GW module production capacity. Scored as a “Top Performer” in the DNV GL PV Module Reliability Scorecard, ZNSHINE SOLAR (NEEQ Stock Code: 838463) has developed as a PV plant partner and investor having delivered bespoke EPC solutions and O&M services.
As for CNAs, China National Accreditation Service for conformity assessment (CNAs) is the only institution qualified to issue Chinese national laboratory accreditation, which is established and authorized by CNAs. China’s national accreditation system for conformity assessment plays an important role in international accreditation activities. At present, the testing reports issued by CNAs are recognized by more than 150 countries in the world.
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