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JinkoSolar Modules Receive JPEC Certification for Small Roof-Top Installations in Japan

JinkoSolar Holding (NYSE: JKS) today announced that its modules have received JPEC certification in Japan, following the receipt of JET and JISQ 8901 certification earlier this year. JPEC certification allows JinkoSolar modules to be used on small roof-top installations making them eligible to receive subsidies from the Japanese government. JinkoSolar is among the few non-Japanese companies to have obtained JET, JPEC, and JISQ8901 certifications.

Focused on small roof-top installations, JPEC certification is awarded by the Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association. The certification ensures that Jinkosolar modules are compatible with the local electricity grid and meet the strict safety requirements and national standards needed to be used for Japanese small roof-top installations. All of JinkoSolar's module types are covered under the certification and will allow the Company to increase its product offerings to meet the increasing demand from the Japanese market.

"JinkoSolar is among the few non-Japanese solar companies to have received JET, JPEC, and JISQ 8901 certifications. Having our modules pass the rigorous testing required for certification demonstrates the reliability and superior quality of our products. Our modules are now certified for use

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