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Category: JinkoSolar

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Financial agreements of Sweihan Photovoltaic Independent Power Project in Abu Dhabi were signed

Financial agreements of Sweihan Photovoltaic Independent Power Project in Abu Dhabi were signed

The agreements closed a US$870 million financing for the Project.

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Jinko Solar surpasses Trina Solar as world’s leading solar PV module supplier in 2016

Jinko Solar surpasses Trina Solar as world’s leading solar PV module supplier in 2016

China-based solar PV manufacturer Trina Solar can no longer call itself the world’s leading solar PV supplier.

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JinkoSolar grows Q3 revenue 39% YoY, ups 2016 guidance

JinkoSolar grows Q3 revenue 39% YoY, ups 2016 guidance

JinkoSolar has posted a set of strong Q3 financials that serve to highlight the current challenges facing the solar industry.

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Which Chinese solar manufacturers will survive module price crunch?

Which Chinese solar manufacturers will survive module price crunch?

As solar module prices crash, Deutsche Bank report suggests some of China’s Big Six PV makers could struggle to survive.

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JinkoSolar says battery storage to drive new burst in rooftop solar uptake

JinkoSolar says battery storage to drive new burst in rooftop solar uptake

World’s biggest solar module supplier JinkoSolar says Australian solar market set for rebound as households adopt battery storage, and large scale sector takes off.

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How the jaw-dropping fall in solar prices will change energy markets

How the jaw-dropping fall in solar prices will change energy markets

The jaw-dropping bids for a massive solar plant in Abu Dhabi will help change the thinking about the future of energy markets. The price offered is one third the cost of local gas generation, and one fifth of the cost of the proposed new nuclear plant in the UK.

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Solar price hits record low of 2.42c/kWh, and may fall further

Solar price hits record low of 2.42c/kWh, and may fall further

JinkoSolar smashes solar cost record with a bid of 2.42c/kWh in an Abu Dhabi tender. But it’s not just the cost of solar PV that is falling dramatically, other technologies such as offshore wind and solar towers and storage are also coming down quickly, a big boost for climate action.