JinkoSolar supplies 25 MW of modules to India's first private solar park


Chinese solar manufacturer JinkoSolar will supply 25.8 MW of its high performance modules to what is reported to be India's first private solar park.

The 25 MW project at Mandrup village, Solapur district in the state of Maharashtra, is being developed as a turnkey project by Pune-based developer Enrich Energy Pvt. Ltd.

Both companies reported on Friday that Jiangxi-based – and Cayman Islands registered – JinkoSolar will supply the modules for the scheme which is being developed on land acquired with grid-connectivity permission from the Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Limited (MSETCL).

The power generated from the Mandrup project will be fed to 132/33 KV Mandrup substation.

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