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30MW PV plant planned for China

Chinese firm to supply modules for solar plant in Xinjiang Province

JinkoSolar is to supply 30MW of PV modules for the solar plant

A 30MW PV plant is planned for development in the Xinjiang Province of China. Chinese solar firm JinkoSolar is to supply PV modules for the plant, which will be constructed in Hami City.

The solar manufacturer won a bid to supply the modules from firm China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development. The deal continues the firms’ working relationship.

Xiande Li, chairman of the board of directors of JinkoSolar, said: “We are pleased that China Guangdong Nuclear has decided to extend its relationship with us by cooperating on this project in Xinjiang. We believe that this validates our efforts to grow long-term relationship with major players in China’s solar power plant industry and that this repeat order is a testament to the quality of our products and services.

“Our reputation as one of the industry-leading solar module producers with high quality products and services in the market continues to provide us with opportunities not only in China, but across the globe as we expand our geographic footprint worldwide,” he said.

Solar Energy Development of China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group, which was established in August 27, 2009, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group. It focuses on solar power investment, construction, operation and maintenance.