The project uses more than 223,000 pieces of Jetion Solar JT SSh(B) 445W/450W high-efficiency mono dual-glass PV modules. Jetion Solar has finished the shipments in the fourth quarter of 2020, and the project was successfully connected to the grid on 29th Dec, 2020. It is expected to realize about 134,400 MWh every year, and 3,400,000 MWh in total during the 25 years of operation, saving about 1.13 million tons of standard coal and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by about 3.35 million tons, which is equivalent to planting 180 million trees. The energy saving and emission reduction benefits are very significant.
“Last year, Triumph Group and Sungrow established a friendly strategic partnership. As the flagship company of Triumph Group’s new energy filed, Jetion Solar actively cooperated with Sungrow. We encountered many difficulties in this project. The successful completion of the project fully demonstrated Jetion Solar’s ability and reliability to deliver products to our clients in time. In the future, we will continue to deepen cooperation and expand more areas to jointly promote the global promotion and utilization of photovoltaic energy, develop an ecological economy.”