Ev + PV, or electric driving with solar energy: the combination of the future.
The market for electric vehicles (EV) has gained momentum globally in recent years. More and more countries are planning to move away from conventional cars with petrol and diesel engines.
At the same time, car manufacturers ensure diversity in their offer by adding electric vehicles to the range. Even though they overlap to a significant degree, both concerning the objectives and the intended market, the market for electric cars and photovoltaic energy exist to date independently of each other.
By combining electric driving with solar power, both industries can benefit and accelerate the introduction of each of the technologies.
Bifacial and monocrystalline silicon solar panels are conquering the market. Changing politics and trade wars made 2018 a historic year for the PV industry. However, it will also enter the books as the year in which PV panels with half cells have made their final entrance. 2019 will be the year of the bifacial PV panels and the displacement of multi-crystalline silicon by monocrystalline silicon solar panels.
New Jinko Solar Cheetah series. The Ultra-high-performance era has begun. Driven by the rapid industrial transformation, the continuing technological evolution and the ever more complex market needs of the solar energy landscape in recent years. Jinko Solar has used its technical leadership to develop the latest technologies for the future.