The Chinese PV module manufacturer JinkoSolar Holding Co. has secured a 187 MW solar module order from Quantum Power GK, a unit of Japan-based renewable energy company Quantum Group.
Jinko said it will begin delivering its 275 W modules in the fourth quarter of 2017, without providing further details on the supply agreement. The panels will be used for three large-scale PV projects that Quantum Group is building in Japan, in the prefectures of Ibaraki, Gunma and Mie.
As for the project in the Mie prefecture, the only one whose details were released, Jinko said it is scheduled to be completed by November 2018 with construction expected to start in July of this year.
Quantum Group has currently 300 MW of solar under execution in Japan, according to the company’s website. The company is also providing technical services for 2,170 MW of PV plants in the country.
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