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Up 18% today on no news. I thought it was too cheap when it traded at $2.00, but I can't explain recent strength since it landed at $3.50. Maybe has something to do with LDK trouble, and provincial politics. Will Jinko as Jiangxi's other big solar benefit from the LDK situation?

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Perhaps someone is putting out the offer. This could be the case. They all went up today hover. By the 10th CVD and AD results suppose to be out. It could be some pre-decision shuffle.

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Guest Uncle Chang

JKS won't be affected by the decision, they only sold 16mw here last Q but all with outsourced Cells using their own Wafer. EU's decision in Febuary will have 3 month retroactive effects, that's why the Chinese have been busy dumping, I think they've finished that just before the Nation day holiday. The longer than expected shutdown during this holiday may also help with inventory build-up, it's reasonable they rally a little now along with the genral market. :love:

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SHANGHAI, Oct. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company") (NYSE: JKS), a leading global solar power product manufacturer, today announced it has won a bid from China Three Gorges New Energy Corp. ("CTGNE"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Three Gorges Corporation ("CTGC"), to supply 50-megawatt solar modules for a PV power plant in Gansu Province, China. CTGNE is wholly-owned subsidiary of CTGC, which is one of the largest state-owned power corporations in China, with more than RMB300 billion in assets. CTGNE specializes in renewable energy investment and operations, including wind, solar, and hydropower as well as other clean energy technologies. CTGNE has been vigorously developing solar power plants in recent years. "Our goal is to drive China's future in renewable energy, and in particular solar power which has proven to be one of the most feasible and eco-friendly solutions," said Mr. Zhengfeng Yang, Project Deputy General Manager of Three Gorges New Energy. "We feel excited to work with JinkoSolar to make electricity from solar power more competitive and economical." "We are very pleased to be working with Three Gorges New Energy to deliver cost-competitive solar power on 50-MW scale," said Mr. Xiande Li</person>, Chairman of JinkoSolar. "By combining our high-efficiency solar technology and CTGNE's experience in financing and management of clean energy projects, we are confident that this project will maximize the solar energy generated over the span of system's life. The increased amount of electricity being generated from renewable energy sources, from solar in particularly, will gradually change the Chinese energy portfolio. "This strategic partnership with Three Gorges New Energy will further strengthen the Company's position in China's renewable market. We look forward to future cooperation between our two companies including joint exploration of hybrid solar-wind solution projects with them," added Mr. Xiande Li</person>.

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they sold a bit more on credit, receivable accounts up 44M, TSL paid 144M in accounts payable, wow.

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Guest Klothilde

Holy smokes, only 47 cents processing cost and 59 cents production cost ! Any guess for the split? 12-13-22 for W-C-M ?

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12-13-22 for W-C-M ?

Yes, that would be my guess too. Nice to achieve this already. I was looking for 48 cents by Q4.

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A lot of companies are looking to go global and by assets. They are sensing things are turning around, and the bottom dollar will be rising.

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http://finance.yahoo.com/news/jinkosolar-jointly-invest-develop-200-090000535.html 200 MW plant JV with SOE at 1.6 $/W investment. We see more and more of these JVs between panel suppliers and BOS suppliers. It takes some cash flow toll, since the revenue for your panels is basically a stake in a plant instead of cash, but it's a good way to generate revenue from current business structure while changing the future structure to more recurring or higher revenue as a plant owner or seller. Big plant nice cost. At that level if they get 13 cents per kwh the plant generates 12% IRR assuming average globe insolation. It's a quicker and more free buck if you can sell panels for cash in high ASP countries like Japan and USA though.

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JinkoSolar Unveils World's First Double 85 Certified PID Free Solar Module

SHANGHAI, Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company") (NYSE: JKS), a leading global solar power product manufacturer, today unveiled its new series of "Eagle" solar modules. The Eagle series modules represent a new standard for high performance and reliability and are the world's first potential induced degradation ("PID") free modules to be certified under weather conditions of 85 Degrees Celsius 85% relative humidity.

The Eagle series modules feature JinkoSolar's innovative cell and assembly technology which enables it to resist PID under the toughest weather conditions and are of reaching 260 Watts peak power output; a record for commercially available mass-produced modules.

</iframe>"With the introduction of our Eagle series solar modules, JinkoSolar is leading the way in the adoption of new industry standards with PID free modules in mass production," said CEO Kangping Chen. "In response to the increasing demand by our customers and partners, JinkoSolar was able to rapidly develop PID free modules to reduce the risk involved and guarantee the greatest return on investments. As such, we are demonstrating JinkoSolar's commitment to consistently delivering the most reliable solar technology and the best quality products on the market."

About JinkoSolar

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (NYSE: JKS) is a leading solar power product manufacturer with production operations in Jiangxi and Zhejiang Provinces in China and sales and marketing offices in Shanghai and Beijing China; Munich, Germany; Bologna, Italy;Montpellier, France; Zug, Switzerland; San Francisco, U.S.; Queensland, Australia;Ontario, Canada and Singapore.

JinkoSolar has built a vertically integrated solar product value chain with an integrated annual capacity of approximately 1.2 GW each for silicon wafers, solar cells and solar modules as of September30, 2012. JinkoSolar distributes its photovoltaic products to a diversified customer base in the global PV market, including in Germany, Italy, Belgium,Spain, the United States, France, Eastern Europe, China, India and other countries and regions.

http://www.morningstar.com/advisor/t/69880668/jinkosolar-unveils-world-s-first-double-85-certified-pid-free-solar-module.htm

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I hope they (big players chasing market-share) try to expand capacity through consolidation this time. Bargains will likely be better 1H than 2H of 2013.

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Guest sleepy

My first post! I like the way Jinko was earlier than some of the others with the intention to expand downstream to projects. They seem to be looking for long term sustainable growth. I was wondering if their new bond sale was to finance some of these projects

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welcome in! I am thinking more of the working capital but certainly to a degree some of it was used for financing. When you say new, you mean two quarters or so ago?

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Thanks for the reply. I'm just going from a post on the yahoo jks board by mrsetion about new 800 yaun 6 year bond issue. I have seen no other links or reporting of this yet so I take it with a grain of salt. I have 10k shares of jks. Its my only solar holding. I 've accumulated over the past 16 months averaged around 6 dollars cost.

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Thanks Odyd12. Thats probably where this is comming from. I remember reading your article before and I considered it was just jinko attempting to restructure their debt for better long term rates as well as raising some additional capital. Its possible they are waiting for better solar outlook to get the bond sales to go the way they want. Maybe thats why we haven't heard anything yet. Thus the confusion I had.

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Thanks for the reply. I'm just going from a post on the yahoo jks board by mrsetion about new 800 yaun 6 year bond issue. I have seen no other links or reporting of this yet so I take it with a grain of salt. I have 10k shares of jks. Its my only solar holding. I 've accumulated over the past 16 months averaged around 6 dollars cost.

Here it is: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/jinkosolar-announces-issuance-six-bonds-090000482.html Interest rate is 9%. Prior bonds financing has been cheaper for JKS if I remember correctly.

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