JinkoSolar Connects 18MW Solar Power Plant to the China State Grid

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JinkoSolar Connects 18MW Solar Power Plant to the China State Grid


By Greentech Lead Team: JinkoSolar, a fast-growing, vertically integrated solar
power product manufacturer based in China, announced that the 18 MW
project in Dunhuang, Gansu Province in
west China, successfully connected to the grid.

The project is developed by China
Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development Co. JinkoSolar provided
all 76,000 modules for this project.

JinkoSolar has effectively
secured a
place as one of the most significant solar power manufacturers
in Gansu region by providing more than 15 percent ofGansu’s total
capacity. Solar power projects currently completed or under construction
in Gansu exceed 100MW, about one-eighth of China’s total solar
capacity of 768MW.

The city of Dunhuang is recognized
by experts as a world-class solar-rich region. Convenient power transmission in
the region has provided a guarantee for the rapid growth of photovoltaic grid
connection systems. The success of this project will fuel the development of PV
projects as well as the solar industry in western China.

“We are witnessing the
tremendous support for the photovoltaic industry from the government,
developers and investors in China. It is our sincere hope that we continue
to strengthen and establish our long-term relationship with CGN-SEDC and other
players in the field. JinkoSolar will continue to provide our customers with
high-quality PV modules, while ensuring a long-term and stable return on
investment for solar power plant investors,” said David Li, JinkoSolar
chairman.

JinkoSolar recently announced a
partnership agreement with Power to the People, a non-profit organization that
aims to provide solar electricity to the developing world, to provide its high
quality modules to a solar project for the Nyumba ya Mungu Secondary School in
Northern Tanzania. JinkoSolar is one of the first global solar manufacturers to
incorporate sustainable education with its technology donation.

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