| February 27, 2024

JinkoSolar Unveils its First Neo Green Panels Produced with Renewable Energy

JinkoSolar Unveils its First Neo Green Panels Produced with Renewable Energy. These N-type TOPCon Tiger Neo panels are produced in factories that were awarded the “Zero Carbon Factory” certification by TÜV Rheinland for their compliance with the criteria and requirements of such certification. JinkoSolar is also the first company in the industry to be awarded with the “Zero Carbon Factory” certification by TÜV Rheinland for Silicon Ingot Manufacturing, Silicon Wafer Cutting, Solar Cell Manufacturing, and Solar Module Manufacturing. This milestone marks a major step in the company’s journey toward its goal to promote sustainability, innovation, and environmental responsibility.

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The initial 5GW capacity of Neo Green is the result of years of significant research and development work, as well as, maximizing the adoption of an environmentally conscious approach across its vertically integrated supply chain, including the use of solar, hydro and wind generated electricity in its wafer, cell and module factories in Leshan, Chuxiong and Shangrao. As part of its broader environmental efforts, in addition to its objective of reaching 100% of electricity produced from renewable sources for manufacturing and production, JinkoSolar will continue to expand the use of recycled materials and increase the use of electric trucks and LNG-powered ships. Additionally, JinkoSolar is also targeting to gradually reduce the use of plastic in its packaging.


Ms. Dany Qian, VP of JinkoSolar, commented, “We are extremely proud to release our first Neo Green Panels produced in factories that use electricity from renewable sources, a strong expression of our efforts to fulfill our commitment to sustainability. Our biggest impact on the environment will always come from providing customers with sustainable products and solutions that accelerate a greener future, reflecting the shared values of our customers, partners and investors.”




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