JinkoSolar showcases new solutions at Solar Power International
Innovative technologies and solutions to bolster JinkoSolar’s PV module offering
AA – JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (“JinkoSolar”), a global leader in the photovoltaic (PV) industry, today introduced new technology and customer-centric solar solutions at Solar Power International (SPI).
“As an industry leader, JinkoSolar continues to invest in R&D and complementary solutions that help its customers better compete in the solar market,” said Nigel Cockroft, General Manager of JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. “The various solutions we are showcasing this year should provide customers with winning combinations.”
Half-Cell and Bifacial Cell Technology
Eagle HC is a half cell module, which increases power output beyond 305 watts and 370 watts for both 60 and 72 cell formats. Eagle BF is a bifacial module, which is under development and ready for deployment soon.
Module Level Power Electronics
Eagle AC is JinkoSolar’s new AC module with partner Enphase. As a single integrated unit, the Eagle AC offers customers simplified logistics and faster installation times. Eagle MX G2 is JinkoSolar’s second generation module with partner Maxim. The Eagle MX G2 has embedded optimizers and now introduces a voltage limiting feature which allows for longer strings.
Smart + Solar
JinkoSolar’s all black mono PERC modules can also be found on Green Builder Media’s Flex House at SPI, a small, flexible demonstration home that is completely connected, intelligent, resilient, and sustainable, including a fully integrated smart plus solar system.
Supplementing its current stable of distributed financing offerings is JinkoSolar’s new partnership with CleanFund’s commercial PACE program. Customers who use both JinkoSolar modules and CleanFund’s commercial PACE financing for projects will be eligible for special pricing and incentives.
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