Yingli Solar (NYSE: YGE) is the world's largest solar panel manufacturer. With more than 20 offices in countries around the world, Yingli Solar provides local customer service backed by global production capabilities and experience.
More than 30 million Yingli Solar panels (representing over seven gigawatts) are operating in more than 40 countries, including Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, France, South Korea, China, Japan, Brazil, Australia, South Africa, Mexico and the United States. Our mission: to provide affordable green energy for all.
Key Company Facts
Yingli Solar panels installed
around the world
Recipient of numerous
international awards including
Social Accountability 8000 and ISO certifications
Year publicly listed on the
New York Stock Exchange
More than 20 branch offices and
subsidiaries globally with local expertise
Solar Panel Production Capacity
Our vertically-integrated business model covers the entire solar panel production process, from polysilicon to ingots and from solar cells to quality solar panels. Since 1998, our manufacturing capacity has grown from 3 MW to 2.45GW today.
YGE Capacity: 2004-2012
We believe it is our responsibility to convert the sun’s endless power into affordable green energy for all.
– Chairman Miao at YGE’s Initial Public Offering, June 8, 2007
Technological innovation is essential to our position as a global leader in solar energy — it’s key to the quality and cost structure of our products and to our long-term commitment to grid parity. As an innovative industry frontrunner with an environmental mindset, we are driving positive change.
Our success is built on the trust of our customers and partners in our products, services, and business ethics. At Yingli Solar, we stand behind our commitment to product excellence, reliable product delivery, and outstanding customer support.
A sense of responsibility is an integral part of our corporate ethos. We aspire to be socially and environmentally responsible in every decision we make. To this end, we strive to reduce our energy consumption and carbon emissions throughout the manufacturing process.