JinkoSolar has announced that it has been recognised as top PV module brand in the Vietnamese Market for 2020, according to voting jointly organized by the National Steering Committee for Electricity Development of Vietnam, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) and Vietnam Energy Magazine.
According to the 2020 Vietnam module shipment market report, jointly published by MOIT and Vietnam Energy Online, the country’s total installed capacity for the year was around 13.4GW. JinkoSolar was the top manufacturer with over 2.5GW of modules supplied, giving it 18% of the overall market and 36.8% of the utility market.
Vietnam ranked third globally in newly installed solar power capacity, after China and the United States respectively, with demand for PV modules gradually moving towards monocrystalline and large silicon wafers.
Higher power generation, higher conversion efficiency and large format design are all important factors to consider for customers with rooftop PV installations. Last year, JinkoSolar launched its ultra-efficient Tiger Pro modules targeted at the distributed generation market and, with lower LCOE and long-term reliability under all-weather conditions, the Tiger Pro series has quickly become the top choice for rooftop installations in Vietnam, leveraging its ultra-high module power, high conversion efficiency and user-friendly module size.
Mr. Gener Miao, JinkoSolar’s CMO, commented: “Vietnam is one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia Pacific and JinkoSolar’s No. 1 position in the market reflects our excellence in product quality, strong network and customer service in the region. JinkoSolar will continue to promote clean energy transformation and bring more value to our customers with industry-leading technology, superior product quality, and excellent customer service. We are pleased to see more innovative organisations being recognized by top authorities in Vietnam, as the country continues to advocate for clean energy transformation and to drive the high-speed economic development of Vietnam’s PV market.”