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JinkoSolar won the first 300MW contract of supply Tiger modules in China
11.28.19
by Jinko Solar

JinkoSolar won the first 300MW contract of supply Tiger modules in China

JinkoSolar has once again raised the bar by delivering one of the highest-power solar panels available today for the utility market. It is reported that the company has closed a contract to supply 300 megawatts of its high energy density Tiger panels for Qinghai Ultra High Voltage Demonstration Plant. It is the first utility solar panel to deliver more than 450 watts in its region.

JinkoSolar has once again raised the bar by delivering one of the highest-power solar panels available today for the utility market. It is reported that the company has closed a contract to supply 300 megawatts of its high energy density Tiger panels for Qinghai Ultra High Voltage Demonstration Plant. It is the first utility solar panel to deliver more than 450 watts in its region.

The company's 20.4% percent efficient Tiger Series solar panels deliver value as a result of a unique tiling ribbon design that improves reliability and efficiency, and outperforms conventional panel yield in real-world conditions such as partial shading and elevated temperatures. Compared to conventional panels, Tiger process will deliver more energy density and a 5 percent power gain.  It is part of a comprehensive high-efficiency product portfolio that includes JinkoSolar’s Cheetah+ and Swan+ Series panels which will be available at 445 W in 2020.

In order to remain competitive and retain its manufacturing leadership, JinkoSolar must continue to promote globally its roadmap. With its tiling ribbon design infrastructure and Tiger Series ready for production, the company looks to be in a good position and can look forward to an influx in contracts for Tiger modules. JinkoSolar had previously targeted Tiger volume production for 2020. It also notes that it will both simplify the manufacturing process and present excellent yield learning, allowing the process to mature more quickly, which likely indicates volume production could ramp in 2020. That would align with the Company’s previous plans to hit 460 Watt by 2020.

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