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JinkoSolar joins the United Nations Global Compact

Shanghai (OTS / PRNewswire) JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (“The Company” or “JinkoSolar”) (NYSE: JKS), One of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, for joining the United Nations Global Compact (UN), the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the world. As part of the UN Global Compact, signatories are required to align their business activities and strategies with the principles that matter most.

“We are proud to be a signatory of UNGC. JinkoSolar’s culture is based on equality, transparency and accountability,” said Xiande Li, Chairman and CEO of JinkoSolar. “We strive to align our business activities with ten generally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption.”

JinkoSolar treats all employees and partners in the company and in operations with dignity and respect, protects employee rights and respects the individual’s desire and interests. In global production sites, JinkoSolar is committed to ensuring that every workplace provides every employee with a safe and respectful environment. This is done through trade unions, human resource training with a focus on worker and employee rights, regular and independent audits and an open communication platform for all employees.

With the goal of protecting the environment further, JinkoSolar was the first solar energy company to join the RE100 initiative, which deals with 100% renewable energies. The company has invested both innovation and knowledge in the mission of saving water, electricity, raw materials and recycling. JinkoSolar has announced plans to inspire partners and colleagues in the industry to join its efforts to protect the environment.

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As a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange, JinkoSolar is required by law to create and maintain accurate records that faithfully and accurately reflect all of the company’s transactions. In addition, the company must regularly implement internal accounting controls. Corruption is not tolerated in any way.

As a participant of UNGC, JinkoSolar is committed to disclosing its progress in implementing the Ten Key Principles. The company strives to improve its performance and ensure that the requirements of the Charter and the United Nations are met.

Inquiries and Contact:

Tracy Wang
+86 21 5 183 3010
tracy1.wang@jinkosolar.com