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shanghai – january 4, 2017  - jinkosolar holding co., ltd. (“jinkosolar”), a global leader in the photovoltaic (pv) industry, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, jinkosolar (u.s.) inc., donated 14 kw to re-volv, a solar non-profit and member of the white house national community solar partnership. this donation will  provide 2 local charities with solar power.  jinkosolar’s donation significantly reduced re-volv’s crowdfunding goal, allowing both the serenity house in philadelphia, pa, and the riverwest co-op, in milwaukee, wi to enjoy the benefits of solar sooner than anticipated. 5.6 kw of high-efficiency jinkosolar modules have been installed on the serenity house, an outreach ministry of the arch street united methodist church. it serves as a safe space in the heart of north philadelphia, a community beset with poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse. the roof-top system is expected to interconnect this month, saving the serenity house over 15% on its monthly electricity costs. arch street united methodist church will  reinvest the savings into its community services. the remaining 8.4 kw will be installed on the riverwest co-op, a natural food store and cafe located in milwaukee’s vibrant and diverse riverwest neighborhood. the co-op is dedicated to providing the community with nutritious, wholesome food and supporting local producers along the way.  with the help of jinko’s module donation, riverwest co-op will save $40,000 in electricity costs over the lifetime of the system and keep 61 tons of burned coal from the atmosphere. through its revolving solar seed fund, re-volv will use the ongoing lease payments from these two projects to finance four more solar projects for other community-serving nonprofits and co-ops. “these two projects mark an important milestone for us as they are our first projects outside of ca,” declared andreas karelas, founder and executive director of re-volv. “thanks to our on the ground solar ambassador college fellows spearheading the projects, and the generous support of jinkosolar, it's now possible for us to successfully empower community-serving organizations with solar energy around the country." “jinkosolar is proud to support re-volv in reaching its goals in providing solar energy to non-profits across the us,” said nigel cockroft, general manager of jinkosolar(u.s.) inc. “as we are a company committed to giving back, we were excited to learn that the savings realized from our donation will be reinvested back into the respective communities.”

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