Three JinkoSolar factories achieve 100% renewable energy certification

  • JinkoSolar, one of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, has announced that its factories in Chuxiong, Leshan and Malaysia have each been awarded RE100 certification for their 100% use of clean energy for production and operations.

JinkoSolar became a member of RE100 in 2019, committing to achieving 100% renewable energy use in all plants and global operations by 2028, and the company’s actions to mitigate climate change have since received significant worldwide recognition.

VP Dany Qian commented: “With our corporate mission to ‘optimise the energy portfolio and take responsibility for enabling a sustainable future’, JinkoSolar continues to contribute to the adoption of renewable energy and promote sustainable development. As a company, we are ready to flourish in a world where opportunities and challenges coexist.”

Jinko yesterday also announced their financial outlook for the first half of 2023. The module maker said it expects a net profit of about CNY 3.66 billion ($509.6 million). It says it shipped more than 30 GW PV modules in the first half. It also signed more than 10 GW n-type of TOPCon supply contracts with unspecified clients in China.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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