Fauji Solar Power Plant in Pakistan
SHANGHAI, Jan. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company") (NYSE: JKS), one of the world's largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers has announced that its high performance solar panels are now powering a 17.5 MW solar plant, which is so far one of the largest ground mounting projects in Pakistan.

Fauji Solar Power Plant in Pakistan Fauji Solar Power Plant in Pakistan

Spanning three years of deployment, the project moved through three phases, applying three generations of JinkoSolar's modules - Eagle, Cheetah and Tiger.

Fauji Solar Power Plant in Pakistan Fauji Solar Power Plant in Pakistan

"High-quality solar from JinkoSolar was an obvious and constant choice for our installation. This way we will tap into a greater energy yield, and manage a decent profitability that will enable us to run our business more efficiently." said by Mr. Amir Mushtaq, Deputy Manager of the Fauji Project at Fauji Cement Company Ltd.

Fauji Solar Power Plant in Pakistan Fauji Solar Power Plant in Pakistan

Mr. Amir Mushtaq also added: "Following thorough benchmark analysis, JinkoSolar clearly stands out as the most reliable panel technology partner for our project. Both Eagle, Cheetah and their latest Tiger panels deliver more energy in the same space over 25 years, with field-proven reliability, ease and velocity of installation, which were vital to meet the requests of each phase of our project." "The winning combination of JinkoSolar's leading-edge technology and its field proven products provides a compelling superior-quality solar offering that enables our customers stick to Jinkosolar's panel whenever they need it," said Anit Li, General Manager of APAC at JinkoSolar.

By PR Newswire

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