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Another Win for Jinko Solar from TÜV Rheinland!

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Another Win for Jinko Solar from TÜV Rheinland!

Jinko Solar, a well-known solar module producer in the world has won the 5th All Quality Matters Award for PV Module Energy Yield Simulation (Mono Group) at the Solar Congress 2019 organized by TÜV Rheinland in Shanghai, China.

TÜV Rheinland’s All Quality Matters Award is the most aggressive and exceptionally respected industry award for PV modules, inverters, battery storage systems, and solar components perceived for its goal and dependable assessment process and authoritative unbiased choice system. The careful assessment of energy yield simulation depends on the performance testing of samples randomly selected from large scale manufacturing under global conditions that range from the irradiance of 100-1100W/m2 and temperatures of 15-75°C. Jinko Solar positioned first in testing conducted for the mono group and was perceived for remarkable energy yield and its top-notch standards.

Dr Jin Hao, Vice President of Jinko Solar remarked, “I am pleased to have followed up our win in the poly group last year by winning the energy yield simulation award for the mono group this year. Our R&D team remains dedicated to the development and application of cutting-edge technologies. We continue to accumulate our mono technology and are working to ensure the stable and highly-efficient performance of our modules in PV plant operations.”

Solar panels’ quality is the way to guarantee genuine electricity capacity in the field and secure PV project investment. A low-quality solar panel will meet a progression of module failures like small cracks brought about by the vibration during transportation, and back sheet failures caused by ambient humidity or ultra-violet radiation, lessening fundamentally the power output in the real working condition. At the point when the module failure happens, Engineering, procurement and construction should close down the entire string to replace the broken solar panel, which takes a few days or months relying upon the provider’s response speed. During downtime, the whole string won’t mostly produce power, hauling down the investment return.

About Jinko Solar

Jinko Solar is one of the world’s biggest and premier solar PV module producers. Jinko Solar distributes its solar products and pitches its solutions and services to a diversified universal utility, business and private customers base in Australia, China, the United States, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, Chile, South Africa, India, Mexico, Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, and different nations and areas. Jinko Solar has established a vertically integrated solar product value chain, with an integrated yearly capacity of 9.7 GW for silicon wafers, 7.0 GW for solar cells, and 10.8 GW for solar modules, as of December 31, 2018.

Jinko Solar has more than 12,000 employees over its 6 production offices worldwide.

Powerark Solar is proudly the Number 1 distributor partner of Jinko Solar in Australia.

To discover more about Jinko Solar’s products, click here: https://powerarksolar.com.au/jinko-solar-2/

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