- JinkoSolar, one of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, today announced that it has been ranked “Overall High Achiever” in the 2020 PV Module Index Report (“PVMI 2020”) published by the Renewable Energy Testing Center (“RETC”).
- JinkoSolar received this distinction for high performance across three essential indicator categories: reliability, performance, and quality.
- Seventeen manufacturers in total were evaluated for RETC’s PVMI 2020 annual report which provides relevant industry recognized test methods, performance metrics and best practices for quality assurance and control.
As a leading engineering services and certification testing provider, RETC utilizes independent test lab data to showcase the industry’s leading module manufacturers and technologies. JinkoSolar’s modules underwent a series of rigorous tests, including LID, DH2000, PID, Pan File, and Thresher, all resulting in “High Achievement in Manufacturing” in accordance to RETC’s standards. JinkoSolar had previously recorded similar published data on performance metrics in 2019.
“It has always been our company’s mission to provide the industry with high-quality and reliable modules, and being recognized by RETC as a ‘High Achiever’ solidifies our commitment to product excellence,” said Mr. Nigel Cockroft, General Manager of JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. “RETC plays a significant role in the industry, providing benchmarks for quality control. The PVMI report reassures our global customers that buying JinkoSolar means buying a superior product.”
“Congratulations to JinkoSolar for being recognized as a RETC High Achiever in our 2020 PVMI Report. RETC is proud to present the annual PVMI report, a yearly compilation of reliability, performance, and quality indices generated by RETC with leading PV module manufacturers. We look forward to our continued partnership and another year of JinkoSolar exemplifying what it means to be a quality-focused company,” said Mr. Cherif Kedir, President and CEO of RETC.
Author: Bryan Groenendaal