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JinkoSolar sheds light on Japan ambitions riding on latest panels

Chinese solar cell maker eyes doubling global shipments in 2022, executive says

JinkoSolar panels cover the roof of a building in China's Hainan Province. The company estimates it shipped 20 gigawatts worth of solar cells in 2021. (Photo courtesy of JinkoSolar)

TOKYO -- China's JinkoSolar Holding aims to build on its leading share of the Japanese solar panel market, ready to launch its new, more powerful model in the country this month, Global Vice President Dany Qian told Nikkei in an interview.

The move comes as Chinese players assert their dominance in the global solar panel market, driven by competitive pricing as well as marked improvements in the quality of their products. JinkoSolar in particular has seen sales surge in Southeast Asia, India and Australia in addition to Japan.

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