China: JinkoSolar to deliver 600 MW of PV modules to CTGNE


The Chinese photovoltaic manufacturer will deliver the modules between 2013 and 2015. They will be used in projects in Western China.

In 2012, JinkoSolar entered into a similar agreement with the wholly-owned subsidiary of China Three Gorges Corporation – one of the largest state-owned power corporations in China – worth 50 MW.

"China is becoming a major and fast growing market for solar PV modules, and we believe that our strategic cooperation with CTGNE reflects CTGNE's confidence in the advanced technology, high quality, and reliability of our products," stated JinkoSolar chairman, Xiande Li in a statement released today.

No further details were disclosed.

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