Jinko Solar closes first order of 2.5MW Polycrystalline 72-cell Module sales to Rockford Solar

Jinko Solar has announced that it has successfully closed its first order of 2.5MW high efficiency 320 Watt Polycrystalline 72-cell Module sales to Rockford Solar India Pvt. Ltd, also one of the leading solar EPC in utility, commercial and industrial rooftop projects. The solar project is owned by Hodson Renewables Pvt. Ltd. which is the SPV to execute BOOT model projects in C&I solar sector in India.

The modules have been used for a Jindal company rooftop project in Nashik, Maharashtra. After commissioning, the project is expected to generate a total of 3.6 million units annually and also help offset 2,160 tons of carbon emissions in a year. (Read JinkoSolar Announces Closing of Follow-on Offering of 3,600,000 American Depositary Shares and US$35 Million Concurrent Private Placement)

Commenting on this order, Donald Leo, Managing Director – Asia South, Jinko Solar said, “We are glad to kick start our India entity business. This is our first order under the India entity – Jinko Solar Trading Private Limited. Given the scale and market potential of India, Jinko Solar is confident to scale this business to greater heights. This year we are targeting 1.5GW sales in the region and are confident to meet and exceed our customer expectations.”

JinkoSolar has shipped over 1GW within India and is bringing best-in-class products with high efficiency and premium technology to its customers here. The company has also launched the Half- cell technology, in addition to monocrystalline and polycrystalline products that offer greater efficiency and productivity. It is especially suited to the distributed generation segment wherein increased output and higher shade tolerance of half-cell modules significantly improves the project performance.


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