JinkoSolar modules pass high voltage endurance test

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JinkoSolar modules pass high voltage endurance test

Greentech Lead Asia: JinkoSolar, a solar power product manufacturer,
announced that its modules have passed potential induced degradation (PID)
test. The test was conducted by TUV-SUD and the Canadian Standards Association

During the testing period, solar modules were exposed to
1,000 volts of negative socket voltage under the condition of 65 degrees
Celsius/85 percent relative humidity.

“JinkoSolar has become one of the few companies with
modules that have successfully passed TUV-SUD and the CSA’s high-level tests
under the condition of 65 degrees Celsius/85% relative humidity. I am very
delighted to see this happen since it is a manifestation of the relentless
efforts of all Jinko employees,” said Kangping Chen, CEO of JinkoSolar.

Jinko modules have
successfully passed the stringent requirements set by TUV-SUD and the CSA to be
PID resistant. JinkoSolar’s modules showed degradation of power output between
initial and final measurement not more than 5 percent.

“Our customers are increasingly aware of the
importance PID plays in the quality of solar modules. PID resistance not only
ensures a high power output, but also improves the safety of our solar modules.
This is another demonstration of JinkoSolar’s high product quality and
reliability, especially under extreme outdoor conditions,” said Arturo
Herrero, JinkoSolar’s Chief Marketing Officer.

JinkoSolar to supply solar modules for a 5.75MW solar plant at
former Canton landfill  

JinkoSolar, in partnership with Southern Sky Renewable
Energy (SSRE), will supply its modules to a 5.75MW array of solar panels
located on the site of the former Canton landfill in Canton, MA. The Canton
landfill project is part of “brownfields”, a growing movement to
revitalize abandoned, underused industrial areas known as and convert them into
economically productive, clean power-generating sites.

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