A New High in History by LONGi
Time:2019-09-02 13:20:23
Recently, the world-renowned research Institute-Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) announced the Solar Module & Inverter Bankability 2019. LONGi was selected in the list of the top five most bankability module brands in the world relying on sound financial performance, reliable product quality, good business good will.

  A new high financing rating in history by LONGi

Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) is one of the most credible third-party research institutions in the global new energy market. As a professional research organization of Bloomberg, a leading provider of global business, financial information and financial information, it regularly publishes various professional analysis reports on renewable energy fields, which have long been widely used by many international financial institutions as an important Reference for the credit business.

  In October 2018, Li Zhenguo, President of LONGi attended the BNEF London summit

The report released by BNEF is mainly aimed at the bankability of 48 well-known PV module manufacturers around the world. They send out questionnaires to PV industry stakeholders such as global financial institutions (banks, funds), project developers (EPCs), independent power production operators, and conduct in-depth interviews with technical experts for quality testing. The evaluation on multiple factors such as product quality, manufacturer's financial status, actual performance of module products in the power station, and product warranty and long-term reliability proves that its financing capacity has risen sharply to 91%, setting a historical record. It has been well received by all parties, which means that it will have the ability and conditions to provide financing for more solar project developers.

◢Excellent performance
It always adheres to the technology orientation and takes the advanced technical strength as a solid guarantee for product performance. In recent years, it has been the first in the industry to introduce bifacial double-glass modules, and continuously apply a series of new technologies such as half-cell technology, overlap technology, seamless soldering, etc. Hi-MO series of efficient modules have achieved good performance in the market, and module power and product performance have been greatly improved. At present, it has the manufacturing capability of 500W power modules. According to customer evidence, its efficient monocrystalline modules can achieve a power efficiency gain of 4% compared with other products.

 “Reliability” is the first principle that it has always adhered to. It is committed to providing customers with reliable products, services and a long-term warranty of 25 years and ensuring the stable and high efficiency of the products through technology leadership. In addition, its sound financial status and business philosophy are the basis to maintain its long-term stable development and provide quality services to customers. It has always ranked first in PV companies in the authoritative ratings of BNEF PV Module Brand Bankability and PHTON PV Triathlon.

The ranking from BNEF report shows that it has achieved tremendous growth and leadership in the global solar market with high quality, high performance and high output in recent years. Based on the continuous improvement of overseas brand influence and market share, its shipments in various markets around the world have achieved rapid growth, becoming the first choice for customers.

Previously, according to PV Tech report, based on the existing and planned production capacity, it was rated as the largest PV module company in the world. It has always adhered to the principle of “no lead, no expansion”, and steadily promote capacity building with the absolute lead in technology as the primary prerequisite for expansion.

In the future, with the gradual production and the increasing capacity of the new projects, its effective production capacity will continue to expand steadily, ensuring the market supply of efficient monocrystalline products. It is expected that the production capacity of monocrystalline modules will reach 16GW, 25GW and 30GW by the end of 2019, 2020 and 2021, respectively.