Bloomberg New Energy Finance study classifies Conergy Tier 1 module manufacturer

Conergy highest ranked European brand for modules. Furthermore, it’s the most often used in solar parks

Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) classified Conergy. They classified them as one of the so-called “Tier 1” manufacturers of crystalline photovoltaic modules.

First off, Bankability is the key criterion for tiering. As we know, banks are the strictest party. Especially when it comes to verifying quality. All of the quality includes the components and engineering, procurement and construction services providers (EPCs).

In addition, Conergy is Tier 1. I mean the highest ranked European brand. Can you say for modules most often used in solar parks!

So the ranking of the top module brands by the BNEF Intelligence Service confirms this Conergy Tier 1 panel classification. All by Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Most noteworthy, in the ranking of modules most often used in debt-financed projects. That’s also ahead of all other German and even European solar companies.

In conclusion, Conergy ability providing services: TÜV Rheinland recently certified Conergy’s outstandingly high standards in the areas of project planning, design, engineering, construction, and commissioning.

Finally, with its extended service portfolio Conergy offers extended service to its customers. So the financing banks is less risk adverse. That’s why services include the working and commercial management of solar power plants. As well as maintenance, output insurance and comprehensive guarantees.

Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Oct. 2012, “PV module bankability: an essential prerequisite?”