- Jolywood achieves revenue of RMB 4.1 billion ($0.64 billion) in the first three quarters, up 14.13% year-on-year, and
- JinkoSolar Holding’s Tiger (163″cell based) and Tiger Pro (182″ cell based) module series meet the carbon footprint verification standards of TÜV Rheinland Group
- PV InfoLink report says that as polysilicon prices approach their peak, the supply chain prices have begun to stabilize
- JYT Corporation achieves an operating revenue of about RMB 1.4 billion in third quarter
- TaiyangNews’ first Virtual Conference on Solar Module Innovation to be held from 15-16 November, 2021
China PV News Snippets today covers Jolywood and JYT Corporation’s 2021 third quarter report. It also talks about JinkoSolar’s carbon footprint being verified by TÜV Rheinland, and how supply chain prices are now stabilizing. It also refers to the upcoming TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on Solar Module Innovations 2021.
Jolywood 2021 reports Q3 revenues up, profit down: Releasing its third quarter report for 2021, backsheet supplier and bifacial solar cell and module manufacturer Jolywood said that the company has achieved:
- revenue of RMB 4.1 billion ($0.64 billion) in the first three quarters, up 14.13% year-on-year, and
- net profit attributable to shareholders at RMB 0.74 billion ($0.12 billion), down 72.04% year-on-year
The company said that the decline in net profit could be due to the significant increase in prices and the shipping costs.
JinkoSolar carbon footprint verified by TÜV Rheinland: Module supplier JinkoSolar Holding announced that its Tiger (163″cell based) and Tiger Pro (182″ cell based) module series have met the carbon footprint verification standards of TÜV Rheinland Group, which provides global services in the testing of PV modules and components. The assessment was conducted by evaluating the overall environmental impact of these two series of modules throughout the “cradle to grave” life cycles.
Supply chain prices stabilize: PV InfoLink said that as polysilicon prices approach their peak, the supply chain prices have begun to stabilize. Here is a brief:
Polysilicon: New orders were signed successively, with mainstream trading prices continuing to inch, averaging virtually at RMB 270/kg ($42.19/kg).
Wafer: Mono-Si wafer prices have stabilized, while the cell sector, having been pressurized by low utilization rates and profitability, remain in a wait-and-watch mode.
Cell: Cell prices sustained at RMB 1.11-1.16/W ($0.17 – $0.18/W) as of last week, and the prices for 166mm cells was at RMB 1.11-1.14/W ($0.17 – $0.18/W), with low-price range rolling back marginally by RMB 0.01/W ($0.0016/W).
Module: Tier-1 module makers sealed orders at RMB 2.05-2.13/W ($0.32 – $0.33/W) for 182mm glass-backsheet modules this week, while Tier-2 makers saw a price difference of RMB 0.02-0.05/W ($0.0031 – $0.0078/W), according to PV InfoLink.
JYT Corporation announces 2021 third quarter report: Solar wafer and equipment maker JYT Corporation has announced its third quarter earnings. As per the report, the company has achieved an operating revenue of about RMB 1.4 billion ($0.22 billion), an increase of 11.91% year-on-year, and net profit attributable to shareholders of the listed company of about RMB 252 million ($39.38 million), an increase of 34.55% year-on-year. Few months back, releasing its semi-annual report, the Chinese company had said that the cumulative installed capacity of the company’s grid-connected photovoltaic power stations (including ground-based and distributed power stations) stood at 1,248.09 MW (see China PV News Snippets: JYT, Jolywood, CGN)
TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on Solar Module Innovations 2021: TaiyangNews is excited to announce its Virtual Conference on Solar Module Innovation to be held from 15-16 November, 2021. The solar module segment has seen impressive technology innovation in recent times that have led to better performance, lower cost and new product applications – and there’s still a lot of untapped potential. The Conference will dwell deeper into it and discuss developments and improvements of solar panels and process materials. On Day1, the Conference will look at development in the building segment – from residential rooftop, to commercial and BIPV applications; and on Day2, the Conference will address module progress in ground-mounted power plants. We look forward to your presence. Join us! Click here for Agenda & Free Registration.