SHANGRAO, China, March 29, 2022 — JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (“JinkoSolar” or the “Company”) (NYSE: JKS), one of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, today announced it has delivered 100GW of solar modules globally. JinkoSolar is the first company in history to achieve this milestone. Approximately one out of every ten solar modules installed in the world was produced by JinkoSolar.
Despite supply chain disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Company has managed to capture the interest of the world and has become a driver and trend-setter of progress in the solar PV sector.
With Cheetah, Swan, Tiger and Tiger Pro series firmly established, the Company has launched the new series of ultra-efficient Tiger Neo modules, the first mass produced module that delivers a maximum power output of up to 620W and an ultra-high conversion efficiency of up to 22.30%. The Tiger Neo series is one of the most efficient solar modules in the market to date. Its higher energy yield performance and real-world reliability is complemented by extremely low degradation and working temperature. It is capable of achieving 3%-5% more energy generation compared to the PERC applied system with the same capacity.
Mr. Kangping Chen, CEO of Jinko Solar Co., Ltd. commented, “We are extremely proud to be the first in the world to achieve 100GW in total module shipments. We want to thank all our teams who have made this possible. We are going from strength to strength, and we will continue to lead the development of next-generation mainstream solar technologies.”
“Another vehicle currently in scaled production is JinkoSolar’s BIPV modules and systems. Designed as part of the Company’s ongoing mission to aid the global shift towards the cleanest and cheapest solar energy available, JinkoSolar’s BIPV facade and BIPV rooftops will have the functionality of building materials and the generation performance of a high efficient solar panel,” according to Ms. Dany Qian, VP of JinkoSolar. “We are fully committed to making solar energy the most relevant, economical and attainable resource for every building and for everyone.”