JinkoSolar says it has supplied its recently launched Tiger series of modules with a special tiling ribbon design for a 300 MW utility scale demonstration project in China. The Qinghai project is the first ground mounted utility scale project in the world to install these tiling panels, said JinkoSolar. (Photo Credit: JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd.)
- JinkoSolar is supplying its modules for an ultra-high voltage demonstration solar power plant in China
- It will be built with 300 MW worth of Tiger solar PV modules of JinkoSolar with 20.4% efficiency
- The company says this is the first ground mounted utility scale project in the world to install its Tiger solar panels
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China is preparing to set up a 300 MW ultra-high voltage demonstration solar power plant in Qinghai province. For this, Chinese solar PV module producer JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd. says it has supplied its Tiger series of panels.
For its Tiger modules that are to be used for this project, the company claims to have a 20.4% power conversion efficiency. The module design is based on a tiling ribbon technology to improve reliability and efficiency, according to JinkoSolar. This allows the module to ‘outperform’ conventional panel yield even during partial shading and elevated temperatures in the real world conditions, said JinkoSolar.
The Qinghai project is the first ground mounted utility scale project in the world to install these panels, said JinkoSolar. In October 2019, JinkoSolar launched its Tiger modules with 9-busbar mono PERC and tiling ribbon technology with 20.78% efficiency level and 460 W output (see JinkoSolar’s New PERC Modules With Tiling Technology). A recent TaiyangNews Advanced Module Technologies webinar also includes a presentation from JinkoSolar, providing background on its Tiger module’s tiling ribbon technology.
JinkoSolar, however, did not share more details about the demonstration project. For the year 2020, the Chinese manufacturer has guided for up to 20 GW module shipments comprising mono based high efficiency products (see JinkoSolar Q3/2019 Revenues/Shipments/Net Income Up).