Bankability

Reliable Bankable Solar

In their latest Q4-2019 report, Bloomberg NEF once again named LONGi Solar in the Tier 1 ranking of photovoltaic PV modules manufacturers.

Bloomberg NEF Tier 1

In their latest Q4-2019 report, Bloomberg NEF once again named LONGi Solar in the Tier 1 ranking of photovoltaic modules manufactures..

Bloomberg 3-tier rating system for PV module makers is based on bankabililty to differentiate the hundreds of solar module manufacturers. Simply put, the European Investment Bank (EIB) considers a project bankable if 3rd party lenders are willing to finance it1. BNEF ranks Tier 1 manufacturers as those that have provided own-brand, own-manufacture products to six different projects, which have been financed by six different (non-development) banks in the past 2 years.

Manufacturers in China, India and Turkey are subject to a more stringent criterion that the project deal must be non-recourse, which means the bank undertakes the risk in the event of PV modules failing. LONGi Solar is ranked 2nd, based on annual in-house production capacity.

Bloomberg NEF Tier 1
LONGi graded as only AAA-Rated module supplier
Independent Product Reliability Validation

The new Q1 2020 bankability analysis has now been completed by the PV-Tech market research team, ranking PV module suppliers within the PV ModuleTech Bankability Ratings. The listing reveals that LONGi Solar now commands AAA-Rated status, the highest grade achievable.



Vertically Integrated
Financially Strong

Fully Integrated Within the PV Solar Value Chain

LONGi is established in 2000 in Xi’an, China and today it has operations worldwide. The company is fully integrated within the PV Solar value chain, from ingot casting to wafer, cells and module production to downstream energy services.

LONGi industry chain
  • MCSI Stock Index

    It is listed in the Shanghai Stock Exchange and its stock is a component of the Worldwide MCSI Stock index.

    MCSI Stock Index
  • Revenues Has Grown Steadily

    Revenues Has Grown Steadily

    Over the last 3 years, LONGi Solar revenues has grown steadily, in a sustainable manner that ensures product quality and financial standing are not compromised. In 2018, LONGi Solar shipped 7.07GW mono-crystalline modules, ranking first in the world in mono-crystalline cell and module shipments for four consecutive years.

  • BNEF ranked LONGi Solar 1st in financial strength amongst PV companies worldwide

    In the Altman-Z Score index, BNEF ranked LONGi Solar 1st in financial strength amongst PV companies worldwide.

    Altman-Z Score Index
  • The Lowest in Debt Ratio

    And as further evidence of its prudent financial management, LONGi Solar is ranked No. 1 with the lowest in debt ratio of 53% in the PV industry.

  • LONGi Won the "TOP PERFORMER" Award for Three Consecutive Years

    In its fifth annual PV Module Reliability Scorecard Report 2019, released on 5th June 2019, DNV GL, the world’s largest independent energy experts and certification body, awarded LONGi Solar a “Top Performer” for module reliability, which is the third consecutive year that LONGi has won this award. DNV GL awards are based on PV module reliability laboratory test, comprising: thermal cycling (TC600), damp heat (DH2000), dynamic mechanical load (DML) and potential induced degradation (PID). LONGi Solar was awarded “Top Performer” for its mono-crystalline PERC modules in all four tests categories. This is a validation of the advantages of high efficiency, high reliability and high yield of LONGi Solar’s mono-crystalline modules, and an endorsement of the advanced technology, equipment, product testing and R&D capabilities of the company.

    LONGi Won the "TOP PERFORMER" Award for Three Consecutive Years
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