JinkoSolar has announced that 10MW of its advanced Tiger Neo 605W solar panels are to be installed on the rooftops of a number of schools in Hainan province’s Dongfang city. The Tiger Neo, featuring the company’s innovative N-type cells, is one of the most powerful panels on the market today, providing outstanding output, generating a maximum 610W from its 156 cells while simultaneously minimizing power loss.
The Tiger Neo 605W panel is versatile and ideal for both utility and commercial applications, with a combination of high power output and efficiency, its reliability and durability backed by a 30-year warranty. The series offering ranges from 600W– 615W, with an efficiency of 21.46%–22.00%.
Enhanced high temperature performance is another key feature of the Tiger Neo, with ambient temperature significantly affecting the annual energy yield of a PV system, which is of increasing importance for projects located in tropical regions.
Tiger Neo utilizes N-type cells with a temperature coefficient of -0.30 percent per degree Celsius, with the coefficient of a p-type module found to be -0.35 percent or more, meaning that the energy yield for Tiger Neo is less affected by temperature than is the case with conventional modules.
“We are delighted to have 10MW of our Tiger Neo 605 panels installed on the school rooftops in Hainan,” commented Yaofeng, JinkoSolar’s GM for China. “Their optimal size and weight and enhanced power, efficiency and durability, allied to an extended warranty and performance under real world conditions makes the panels eminently suitable for both commercial roofs and utility projects.”