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25 October 2019

Appeal by Jiangsu Aiduo Photovoltaic Technology

Appeal denied

All modules produced by Jiangsu Aiduo Photovoltaic Technology are immediately delisted. This matter involved extremely serious and clear breaches of the Australian Standards and the CEC’s Terms and Conditions for Listing. The CEC followed the correct procedure for testing and de-listing.

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19 March 2018

Appeal by Shenzhen JingFuYuan Tech. Co., Ltd

Appeal denied

The Sunleaf 3000TL inverter from Shenzhen JingFuYuan Tech. Co., Ltd is de-listed. This matter involved serious and clear breaches of the International and Australian Standards and CEC's Terms and Conditions for Listing. The CEC followed the correct procedure for testing and de-listing.

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18 January 2018

Appeal by Yingli Green Energy Australia

Appeal upheld

Yingli, and any other similarly affected market participant, may apply to move onto the new Terms and Conditions prior to 1 February 2018. If their application is successful, the modules that were subject of this appeal may continue to be listed until 30 November 2018 under their existing IEC 2011 and 2013 certification. No further extensions of time will be granted. The modules in question will be now be delisted on 1 December 2018.

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