JinkoSolar‘s R&D Center module laboratory obtained satisfactory results in the latest national assessment of PV Modules Testing Accuracy. Organized by the National Institute of Metrology, China (NIM) and China Building Material Test & Certification Group (CTC) – results of the “Monofacial/ Bifacial PV Module’s Electrical Parameter Testing Capability Verification” were recently announced.
Located in Shangrao, Jiangxi Province and Haining, Zhejiang Province, JinkoSolar’s R&D Center module laboratory participated in all test categories and reported that test results reached industry-leading requirements for performance testing. All the proficiency tests obtained “satisfactory” final results, and JinkoSolar was awarded the “Qualified Laboratory Certificate” and “Proficiency Test Results Satisfaction Certificate” issued by the organizers, the National Institute of Metrology, China and China Building Material Test & Certification Group.
Since its establishment in 2012, JinkoSolar’s R&D testing center has continuously improved the level of laboratory measurements, and has successively obtained quality certificates from CNAS, TÜV Rheinland Witness Laboratory, UL Witness Laboratory, TÜV North Germany CB Laboratory, Tianxiang Satellite Laboratory, Dekra Witness Laboratory, CGC Laboratory and other qualifications. In the future, the Company will continue to strengthen technical exchanges with authoritative institutions such as NIM and CTC, to jointly promote the high-quality development of the PV industry.
Recent Jinko news
JinkoSolar shored up aspects of its supply chain last month. JinkoSolar Holding Co., signed a “strategic cooperation agreement” with Tongwei Co., Ltd. to jointly invest in a high-purity crystalline silicon project with annual capacity of 45,000 metric tons and a silicon wafer project with an annual production capacity of 15GW, as well as develop a more extensive industrial chain cooperation. They also signed a solar glass procurement contract with Flat Glass Group Co. for approximately 338 million square meters of rolled glass to support the production of 59 GW of JinkoSolar’s high-efficient solar modules for three years from 2021 to 2023.
— Solar Builder magazine