The first project will consist of a total of 75 MW while the second project will consist of 40 MW. The name of the project developer has not been disclosed, and no further details of the agreement were revealed.
"South Africa, with its abundance of sunshine, rapid economic growth and governmental support, is one of the most important emerging markets for JinkoSolar," said Arturo Herrero, Chief Marketing Officer of JinkoSolar.
The agreement also serves as a "general terms and conditions", under which the developer may purchase additional photovoltaic modules from the Chinese manufacturer over a three year period, according to a statement released by JinkoSolar.
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