JinkoSolar Holding (NYSE:JKS) reported Q2 EPS of $1.38, in line with consensus estimates. Revenues for the quarter rose 152% year-over-year to $350.6 million, topping consensus estimates of $320.3 million.
The company sees Q3 revenues of $310 to $330 million, vs. consensus estimates of $343.13 million, with shipments of about 230 to 250 MW. For 2011, JinkoSolar sees revenues of $1.4 to $1.5 billion, vs. consensus estimates of $1.36 billion, with shipments of 950 to 1k MW.
Mr. Kangping Chen, JinkoSolar's chief executive officer said, "We are pleased to announce the second quarter results that came in ahead of our expectations, despite the challenging market environment. During the quarter, we exceeded our shipment and revenue guidance, and were able to maintain relatively healthy margins as a result of further improvements to our cost structure. The healthy growth is a testament to our ability to capitalize on our brand name and maintain the strong relationships we have built with our existing customers across the globe."
JinkoSolar has a potential upside of 81.2% based on a current price of $16.76 and an average consensus analyst price target of $30.37.