Day4 Energy, major supplier of solar photovoltaic solutions, has declared that it has obtained the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accreditation, authorizing the company to sell its Day4 60MC-I solar PV modules in the UK market.
MCS is an industry headed and sponsored system that assures the reliability of installations and products of renewable energy technology. It authorizes the utilization of micro-generation technologies to generate heat and power from non-conventional sources. It enables peripheral users to gain from the Feed-In Tariff (FIT) proposal released by the UK government in April 2010.
Kitemark is one among the most renowned marks of security and competency and is a registered authorization mark possessed and controlled by the BSI British Standards. The accomplishment of both accreditations enables the company to enter the UK market.
The solar PV modules of the company include highly sophisticated technologies, offering unmatched performance throughout their life term.
George Rubin, President of Day4 Energy, stated. that their Day4 60MC-I functions effectively under various ranges of conditions, in particular, those disturbing solar installations on the top of the roof. He said that the Day4 60MC-I module incorporates the Guardian Technology and when compared to other solar PV modules, it is three times less responsive to various conditions like shading from trees, chimneys and building during day time. He added that in contrast to traditional PV modules the 60MC-I module generates more electricity.