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JinkoSolar Scores Top Result in Choice Test Undertaken by the Australian Government Agency.

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JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company"), a global leader in the photovoltaic (PV) industry, today announced that it has scored an excellent result in the Choice Magazine solar module testing and is one of just two module manufacturers to receive an “excellent” performance rating. 

 

Over the past year, Choice magazine and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) have been testing a large range of tier 1 modules commonly sold in the Australian market. This is great news for solar customers, as it focuses on the most popular panels and quantifies their performance over time. 

 

After a year of exposure to the harsh Australian climate, JinkoSolar scored a top result. JinkoSolar was one of just two companies to score over 90% and receive an “excellent” performance rating, illustrating the high performance of JinkoSolar. After 12 months of testing the JinkoSolar yield per 1000W was noticeably more than all of JinkoSolar's Silicon Module Super League competitors. 

 

“We are happy to see that JinkoSolar’s module is a top scorer in such reputable tests.” said Anita Li, General Manager for JinkoSolar. “As the world’s largest solar module manufacturer, JinkoSolar panels are not only widely chosen by households, but utility projects too. No wonder the JinkoSolar panel is Australia’s most popular and best value-for-money panels.”

 
Solar PV | News published on 14 / 02 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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