JinkoSolar modules pass IEC 61345 test from TUV Rheinland

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JinkoSolar Holding Co. sent word that its modules have passed intensive UV test in terms of IEC 61345 from TUV Rheinland.

What is IEC 61345?

Comparing with test procedure of UV Preconditioning test defined in IEC 61215, which is the major international standard of the industry, IEC 61345 intend to verify the sample’s UV resistance under different ultraviolet level (“UVA”, 320nm~400nm “UVB”, 280nm~320nm).

By considering the test condition of that, Jinko required TUV Rheinland to perform the special UV test which had more than 160KWh/m2 irradiance for exposure (137.84KWh/m2 for front side and 30.07KWh/m2 for rear side). And power degradation was less than 5%.

“I’m proud that JinkoSolar is the first Chinese PV manufacturer to pass intensive UV test according to IEC61345, which further demonstrates our technology strength and leading position in the industry,” commented Mr. Kangping Chen, Chief Executive Officer of JinkoSolar. “We have always been committed to providing our clients with the highest quality and most reliable products while being at the forefront of solar technology.”

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JinkoSolar donating 620 kW of high-efficiency solar modules to GRID Alternatives

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JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. is partnering with everyone’s favorite nonprofit solar installer, GRID Alternatives. JinkoSolar will donate over 620 kW of high-efficiency solar modules to support GRID Alternatives’ work bringing solar power and job training to low-income communities across the country.

JinkoSolar’s contribution will help GRID Alternatives meet its goal of providing solar to an estimated 1600 families and multifamily affordable housing providers in 2017, saving them millions of dollars in energy costs over the system lifetimes while giving hands-on installation training to over 5000 individuals.

“JinkoSolar is proud to support GRID Alternatives, as they continue to service low-income families across the nation,” said Nigel Cockroft, General Manager of JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. “Ensuring all communities have access to clean energy is extremely important to us. We applaud GRID’s unique model which provides underserved communities with the cost-saving benefits of solar and valuable hands-on training to community members interested in building a career in the solar industry.”

RELATED: JinkoSolar promotes long-term solar project financing through new PACE program 

This is JinkoSolar’s largest philanthropic donation to GRID Alternatives to-date, building on several previous years of support for the organization and its mission.

“Large-scale equipment partnerships like JinkoSolar’s help us bring the benefits of solar – financial savings, job opportunities, and a clean, renewable energy source – to families and communities that would not otherwise have access,” said Erica Mackie, GRID Alternatives CEO and co-founder. “We’re grateful for JinkoSolar’s support.”

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JinkoSolar promotes long-term solar project financing through new PACE program

JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc., is partnering with CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital to offer long-term project financing to US commercial project customers through the SolarPACE program.

jinkosolarSolarPACE is designed to maximize solar energy cash flow to commercial and industrial (C&I) property owners. CleanFund fully funds the installation of the system, while end users re-pay CleanFund through property taxes over terms as long as 30 years. SolarPACE solves most credit challenges found in commercial solar project financing. There are solutions for tenants who are leasing their properties, as well as flexible options to utilize solar tax credits. Project developers who use JinkoSolar modules together with SolarPACE will be eligible for incentives that will lower their project costs.

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“SolarPACE is an excellent fit for the C&I space because it uniquely maximizes cash flow for the end customer, a value proposition we think our customers will find useful for their sales toolkits,” said Nigel Cockroft, General Manager at JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. “We always seek to enhance our installers’ competitiveness, and this partnership with CleanFund will be key to that effort.”

“As a provider of long-term financing, we appreciate projects integrated with high quality materials from reliable suppliers,” said Brandon Deno, Vice President of Solar at CleanFund. “JinkoSolar has a proven reputation as a dependable and world-class module manufacturer.”

 

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JinkoSolar says its entire PV module portfolio meets IEC 62804 PID standard

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JinkoSolar Holding Co., a leader in the photovoltaic industry, sent word that its entire portfolio of PV modules passed the 96-hour Potential Induced Degradation (PID) resistance test under the conditions of 85℃ degrees and 85% relative humidity (double 85) at +/-1,000V as required by IEC62804 standards with a degradation of less than 5%. JinkoSolar is the first PV module manufacture in the industry to guarantee anti-PID under double 85 condition with the warranty of less than 5% degradation for its PV modules.

RELATED: First solar module recycling program launched by JinkoSolar 

“JinkoSolar’s PV solar modules are 100% in compliance with double 85 anti-PID standards and offer the related warranty, which marks a milestone in anti-PID technology development of the solar industry and demonstrates our leading position in the field. We will continue to improve our anti-PID system to generate a better performance under higher voltage and other tougher conditions. The Company is committed to providing its global customers with the most reliable, high-quality PV solar products and to ensure the steady output of solar system and client’s investment return,” commented Mr. Kangping Chen, JinkoSolar’s Chief Executive Officer.

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First solar module recycling program launched by JinkoSolar

jinkosolarJinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc., in partnership with the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and a coalition of other solar companies, is launching the nation’s first PV recycling program, which includes a network of cost-effective recyclers that can responsibly dispose of decommissioned PV modules.

While JinkoSolar modules are expected to last at least 25 years, PV system owners now have dedicated resources to help aid in responsible disposal of modules once they reach the end of their life cycle. JinkoSolar modules recently passed toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) tests. Products that do not leach toxic materials at levels exceeding regulatory limits are termed TCLP compliant. TCLP compliant JinkoSolar modules will give system owners more time and flexibility to dispose of the modules.

“JinkoSolar has always been keen to ensure that its modules are clean and eco-friendly from cradle to grave,” said Nigel Cockroft, General Manager of JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. “By passing TCLP tests and helping start this recycling framework, JinkoSolar has shown that it is a true leader in environmental responsibility.”

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