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Jinko Solar Inverter

  • Ultra-high Power Generation/Ultra-high Efficiency
  • Higher Bifacial Gain
  • High Compatibility & Enhanced Reliability
  • Optimized Temperature Coefficient
  • Lower Operating Temperature
  • Optimized Degradation
  • Outstanding Low Light Performance
  • Exceptional PID Resistance
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Features Of Product

    Multi Busbar Technology
  • Better light trapping and current collection to improve module power output and reliability.
  • Durability Against Extreme Environmental Conditions
  • High salt mist and ammonia resistance
  • PID Resistance
  • Excellent Anti-PID performance guarantee via optimized mass-production process and materials control.
  • Hot 2.0 Technology
  • The N-type module with Hot 2.0 technology has better reliability and lower LID/LETID
  • Enhanced Mechanical Load
  • Certified to withstand: wind load (2400 Pascal) and snow load (5400 Pascal)

Jinko Solar

Jinko Solar Co., Ltd. (the "Company" or "Jinko Solar") (SSE: 688223) is one of the most well-known and innovative solar technology firms in the world. Its operations encompass the key links in the solar industrial chain, with an emphasis on the research and development of integrated photovoltaic products and renewable energy solutions. Jinko Solar's products currently serve over 3,000 customers in more than 160 countries throughout the world, and the firm ranked first in global module shipments between 2016 and 2019. By the end of March 2022, Jinko Solar's cumulative module exports will have exceeded 100GW. Jinko Solar is an industry thought leader under many worldwide frameworks such as B20, as well as the first solar energy firm to join the RE100 green initiative.

Jinko Solar is the industry's first company to create "vertically integrated" production capability, including silicon material processing, wafer, cell, and module manufacture. It operates 12 global production bases in China, the United States, Malaysia, and Vietnam. As of Q1 2022, the company's effective production capacity for monocrystalline silicon wafers, cells, and modules is 40GW, 40GW, and 50GW, respectively. Jinko Solar employs over 1,000 R&D and technical personnel and has received numerous awards, including "National Enterprise Technology Centre," "National Technology Innovation Demonstration Enterprise," and "Champion of Manufacturing." It has also developed many international and domestic industry standards, including IEC.

Jinko Solar is constantly expanding the diverse application scenarios of photovoltaic technology, such as building-integrated photovoltaics, photovoltaic hydrogen production, energy storage, and others, with the goal of creating a new energy environment.

Jinko Solar was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange's STAR Board in 2022, while its indirect controlling shareholder, JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd., was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2010.

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Helpful Faq’s

Currently, there are two federal government incentives in Australia for homeowners installing solar panels, which include Small-scale Technology Certificates and Feed-in Tariffs. Some of the states provides additional rebates when you install solar power on your home.

  • Small-Scale Technology Certificates (STCs)
  • Feed-in Tariffs.
  • Empowering Homes solar battery loan.
  • Solar for Low-income Households.
  • State Government Rebates (Subject to Eligibility)

The most popular solar system sizes depend on your electricity usage. Here's a general guideline:

  • For homes with a quarterly bill of $350-$500: A 6.6 kW system is common.
  • For homes with a quarterly bill of $500-$800: A 10 kW system is ideal.
  • For three-phase power properties: Systems of 10 kW or more are popular due to feed-in tariff benefits.
  • Your budget: While LG NeON panels perform well, they may cost more than others. Consider the cost-benefit balance based on your budget and priorities.
  • Your electricity needs: The FAQ mentioned system sizes based on quarterly electricity bills. Estimate your needs to determine the appropriate system size (kW).
  • Sun exposure: If your roof gets limited sunlight, LG NeON's double-sided design might be advantageous. Standard panels may suffice with good sun exposure.
  • Roof space: Higher wattage panels need less space, but efficiency (LG NeON) might be more important if space is limited.
  • Local regulations: Check for any local regulations that might influence your choice.
  • Warranty: Look for panels with strong warranties (like LG's 25 years) for long-term performance.

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