JinkoSolar As the World Largest Solar Module Producer Attended the Sino-India CEO’s Dialogue
JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd., a global leader in the PV industry, recently announced that it was invited to attend the India-China CEO’s Dialogue to deliver an opening speech during the “Opportunities in the Renewable Energy Sector”. JinkoSolar will be discussing the truth about solar, now cheaper than coal, and solar is about to replace fossil fuel to become one of the primary energies. The Company is also invited to the private meeting which is scheduled to be attended by Shri Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister, Mr Arun Jaitley, Minister of Finance & Minister of Corporate Affairs, and other India’s top governors.
The India-China CEO’s Dialogue is bringing together a select group of top executives from each of the two countries. “Thanks to the economies of scale, solar is now undercutting coal and becoming the cheapest energy in more and more regions, it demonstrates that solar has accelerated its replacement of coal, and this displacement will bring tremendously huge infrastructure investment opportunities for all countries, including India.” JinkoSolar’s vice president Dany Qian commented: “As the world largest solar module producer, JinkoSolar has capacity of 6.5GW of solar products, and has ranked #1 globally for the first half year of 2016, in terms of shipment, sales revenue and gross margin. Leading technology and superior quality ahead of peers, and complete vertical integrated supply chain, which allow us to drive down costs constantly and becoming a leading force in the industry to provide the most affordable, cleanest and safest energy. We are very optimistic about the future growth in India’s solar industry, and we will deepen our cooperation with local established renewable firms and local government to promote the solar energy application and vastly transform energy mix in India.”
JinkoSolar, the world’s largest solar PV company, attended the B20 Summit (the Business 20 Summit) in Hangzhou, and as the only renewable energy company in infrastructure taskforce, the company proposed two key recommendations which were compiled in the B20 report and submitted to G20 Summit (the Government 20 Summit). They are “green infrastructure investment is the new engine of global economic growth”, and “the new record set for world’s cheapest solar is now undercutting coal. Solar, as the primary energy, plus coal, as the supplement energy will be the final energy solution for mankind.”