JinkoSolar Tiger Module: 2020 High Efficiency Phenomenon

JinkoSolar Tiger Module: 2020 High Efficiency Phenomenon

A notable phenomenon of 2019 is that solar panel manufacturers have focused on increasing the energy density, the efficiency rating of PV modules.


These efforts have driven investments on commercial and utility-scale solar power plants as never before.

Having looked through the latest news in solar industry, the most efficient solar panels of JinkoSolar is the Tiger 470 series.

Efficiency, performance and affordability play key role in deciding whether a type of solar panel is the right choice for your installation.

Normally the fact is if you require the superior performance, it’s going to cost more. The latest version of Tiger 470 comes to high power up to 470 Wp.

But it does not cost much more than any other commercially available panels. No doubt it is one of the most efficient solar panels with competitive price in 2020.

The industry leading power, efficiency & temperature coefficient of Tiger series ensure to deliver more energy over 25 years, compared to highly efficient technologies offered by other brands.

Tiger is significantly attractive with its appealing price. It means customers don’t need to choose between dilemma of performance and budget.

Also, considering the reduction in BOS and maintenance cost of the system, the energy yields, and the savings per year, high efficiency values are better paid off.

With successful business subsidiaries in 36 countries and in all continents. JinkoSolar has been the world’s largest solar module producer for the fourth consecutive years with cumulative 55GW panels delivered and deployed in over 140 countries by the end of 2019.


(Press Release by JinkoSolar)

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Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.