It is important to be fully immersed in a region to truly grasp the economic need and environment, particularly when it comes to alternative power technologies such as solar. In this regard, JinkoSolar, an innovative solar module manufacturer, is a pioneer when it comes to the emerging economies, specifically in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

As the solar industry has been rapidly advancing in technology, costs and accessibility, it’s imperative as a market leader to remain ahead of the curve and produce a diverse product offering that continues to hold the utility and its customers in the highest regard. In 2013 the market was producing modules around 330 watts by 2 square meters; today, you are able to harvest 410 watts from the same size module.

Towards the end of 2019, JinkoSolar officially launched a new high efficiency Tiger module using ninebusbar mono PERC and Tiling Ribbon technology. With a module efficiency of 20.78%, the new Tiger module is capable of generating up to 460 watts of power output, which is suitable for both utility and rooftop installations.

JinkoSolar has incorporated Tiling Ribbon technology into the new Tiger module to eliminate the inter-cell gap and increase efficiency. Combining a half-cut cell design to reduce cell current mismatch and ribbon power losses, this innovative technology’s nine-busbar layout shrinks the distance between the main busbar and finger grid line – ultimately reducing the resistance loss and increasing power output and efficiency.

“Our new Tiger module delivers a significantly higher power output and an easy performance boost that does not require much extra effort for customers to install,” said Kangping Chen, CEO of JinkoSolar. “This is another step forward for us in terms of technology and demonstrates our ability to innovate advanced technologies as we accelerate towards the era of grid parity.”

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Source: EsiAfrica

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