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JinkoSolar named Energy Yield Simulation Winner at congress

JinkoSolar Holding Co. emerged Energy Yield Simulation Winner – Polycrystalline Group at the 4th All Quality Matters Solar Congress hosted by TÜV Rhineland in Wuxi, China

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JinkoSolar has demonstrated the reliability of its PV products when used in projects and its ability to lead the solar industry’s development
JinkoSolar has demonstrated the reliability of its PV products when used in projects and its ability to lead the solar industry’s development

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd announced that it was named Energy Yield Simulation Winner – Polycrystalline Group at the 4th All Quality Matters Solar Congress hosted by TÜV Rhineland in Wuxi, China.

Organised by TÜV Rheinland, a highly respected and objective PV research institute, the All Quality Matters Awards is one of the highest honors given in the solar industry.

The sample modules utilised during this year’s energy simulation competition was randomly selected from the mass production lines of participating companies.

To simulate the operational environment of countries like China, Germany, Saudi Arabia, and India, the modules’ energy generation performance was tested under a broad array of solar irradiance ranging from 100 – 1100W/m2, temperatures ranging from 15-75℃, and a wide range of incident angles.

Ultimately, JinkoSolar emerged from the competition with the top rated module energy yield performance, illustrating the superiority of JinkoSolar products when it comes to performance.

Having been recognized with the All Quality Matters Award, JinkoSolar has demonstrated the reliability of its PV products when used in projects and its ability to lead the solar industry’s development, said JinkoSolar CEO Mr. Kangping Chen.

“In 2017, our shipment figures grew by 47% to roughly 10 GWs. JinkoSolar leads the global PV industry as the first company to reach 10 GW. Going forward, we will continue to provide our customers with a diverse and high quality product portfolio.”

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