Jinkosolar Modules to Power 19 PV Plants in Hungary

Post completion, these power plants in aggregate are expected to generate 16 GWh approx. of electricity every year.

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Shanghai-headquartered module manufacturer JinkoSolar Holding (JinkoSolar) has partnered with Photon Energy Solutions, an arm of Photon Energy, to supply its photovoltaic (PV) solar modules of 13.6 MW capacity in Hungary.

Moreover, these solar modules will be installed by Photon Energy in its three projects which comprised of nineteen PV power plants located at Tiszakécske, Almásfüzitő, and Nagyecsed in Hungary.

Post completion, these power plants in aggregate are expected to generate 16 GWh approx. of electricity every year.

These power projects have been connected to E.ON Tiszántúli Áramhálózati Zrt (Tiszakécske) and E.ON Észak-dunántúli Áramhálózati Zrt grids.

Commenting on this partnership, JinkoSolar Europe, General Manager, Frank Niendorf said that “Photon Energy is an important European Investor and EPC client and we are very happy to expand our partnership with them in Hungary. Central Eastern Europe, and the Hungarian market in particular, is showing great growth potential.”

Niendorf further added that “all three projects demonstrate our company’s strong reputation in the Central Eastern European market and how increased collaboration between JinkoSolar and Photon Energy can create new opportunities for both parties.”

On the other hand, Marek Farsky, Managing Director of Photon Energy Technology CEE, said “JinkoSolar was our preferred module partner for the 19 PV power plants spread across our portfolio in Hungary and we look forward to working closely with them on other upcoming project deliveries in 2019.”

In another significant development recently, Photon Energy Solutions has completed and connected to the grid its eight PV power projects with a total 5.6 MWp installed capacity in Monor, Hungary.

The move has expanded the Group’s proprietary portfolio of PV power plants to 44.8 MWp.

Meanwhile, these power plants are expected to generate approx. 6.9 GWh of electricity every year.

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Manu Tayal

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