JinkoSolar supplies modules for 50-MW solar project in Mexico

JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd. on Sept. 28 announced that it will supply TSK Electrónica y Electricidad S.A. with 49.8 MW of photovoltaic solar modules for the largest solar PV plant in Mexico.

Located in the State of Durango, the solar PV plant (called “Durango TAI”) is the first PV solar plant in Mexico to be connected to the national power system. Durango TAI is currently in the second stage of construction of phase one. The total five phases of 49.8 MW is expected to be completed this year. Eosol Energy de Mexico S.A.P.I. de C.V. is Durango TAI’s developer and TSK will be managing the project.

“We are glad to cooperate with Eosol and TSK on Mexico’s largest solar PV plant,” said Xiande Li, Chairman of JinkoSolar, “This milestone project was carried out thanks to the reliability, knowhow and the synergy among all partners involved. We look forward to collaborating with Eosol and TSK on future projects.”

JinkoSolar (NYSE: JKS) distributes its solar products and sells its solutions and services to a diversified international utility, commercial and residential customer base in China, the United States, Japan, Germany and several other countries. JinkoSolar also sells electricity in China, and has connected approximately 725 MW of solar power projects to the grid, as of June 30, 2015.

TSK is a global company specializing in the execution of turnkey projects spanning multiple sectors such as electricity infrastructure, industrial plants, power generation (conventional and renewable) energy, water treatment plants or storage facilities and materials management premiums.

Locally experienced with five turnkey solar projects in operation and more than 10 under development, Eosol Energy is a leading global developer of wind, photovoltaic, thermo solar and biomass renewable energy technologies with more than 2,600 MW installed in more than 14 countries.

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