ZNSHINE SOLAR now Tier 1 PV module manufacturer according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance

ZNSHINE SOLAR entered the US market in 2014 with the US entity ZNSHINE PV-TECH in South San Francisco, California.

South San Francisco - ZNSHINE SOLAR, a global manufacturer of mono- and polycrystalline photovoltaic modules, has been upgraded to Tier 1 manufacturer status according to the prestigious Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) Q1 2015 Global PV Market Outlook.


The Bloomberg New Energy Finance PV Module Maker Tiering System was developed to create transparent differentiation between the numerous manufacturers of solar modules on the market. The classification is based on bankability and grants the title of Tier 1, which is the highest position, to manufacturers whose solar modules are deployed in projects likely to be offered non-recourse debt financing by non-development banks. BNEF bases its findings on completed deals tracked through its database, which included more than 4,800 solar financings worldwide as of the end of last year.

ZNSHINE SOLAR entered the US market in 2014 with the US entity ZNSHINE PV-TECH in South San Francisco, California. The company is committed to be socially and environmentally responsible for carbon emissions.

About ZNSHINE SOLAR www.znshine-solar.com
Founded in 1998, ZNSHINE SOLAR is a leading brand of PV module manufacturer, utility scale project developer, EPC and O&M provider. The company delivers its solar modules and PV solutions worldwide, with 1.2GW annual manufacturing capacity and a sustainable commitment to product quality and reliability. ZNSHINE SOLAR is committed to be socially and environmentally responsible for global carbon emissions. In 2015, the company has the pipeline of developing 600MW solar plants in China, along with 1GW in Japan. ZNSHINE SOLAR entered the US market in 2014 with the US entity ZNSHINE PV-TECH in South San Francisco, California.

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