JinkoSolar and JA Solar Set to Supply Chinese Power Producers
JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd., a leading global solar power product manufacturer, today announced that it has won a bid from China Power International New Energy Holding Ltd. to supply 40 MW of photovoltaic (PV) modules for two PV power plant projects in Baiyin and Wuwei cities in Gansu Province, China.
JinkoSolar will deliver 163,200 high-efficiency solar panels to the two projects. The locations were specifically chosen as they receive approximately 2550~3030 hours of sunlight per year and are located in flat terrain with easy access to the electric grid and transportation facilities.
“We are pleased to being working with China Power International on these two projects,” said Mr. Xiande Li, Chairman of the Board of Directors at JinkoSolar.” JinkoSolar’s reliability as a partner is demonstrated through the wide adoption of our modules across China in multiple PV projects. We are confident that the performance of our outstanding panels will guarantee stable output over their 25+ year life time and provide steady return on their investment.”
JA Solar has had similar recent success, havig just signed a contract to supply 160 MW of solar panels to Chinese power producers. China-based JA Solar Holdings Co Ltd , a solar equipment maker, signed agreements with two state-owned power producers to supply up to 160MW of solar panels.
The company will ship 90 MW of solar modules to China Power Investment Corp and 70 MW to China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development Co Ltd.Chinese solar companies are increasingly turning to their home market, which is expected to scale up to 21GW by 2015, as they battle anti-dumping tariffs in the United States. Europe, their biggest market, could also impose import tax.