The Chinese firm has delivered Cheetah 72 cells solar modules, of which 575MW capacity of the solar panels are set to be installed for Spanish projects
Solar module manufacturer JinkoSolar has supplied 950MW of solar panels to Spanish developer X-Elio for various solar projects in Spain and Mexico.
The Chinese firm has delivered Cheetah 72 cells solar modules, of which 575MW capacity of the solar panels are set to be installed for Spanish projects while the remaining panels will be installed on Mexican solar PV projects.
In Spain, X-Elio will install solar panels at 12 project sites that include Ciudad Real, Badajoz, Albacete, Murcia, Almería, Sevilla, Cartagena, Valencia, and Segovia.
JinkoSolar CEO Kangping Chen said: “Supplying their large-scale pipeline projects in Spain and Mexico with our ultra-high efficiency PERC Mono modules has allowed us to significantly expand our share of the Spanish and Mexican PV markets this year.
“It has always been our mission to be recognized as the most reliable global module supplier which is driven by our commitment of delivering high-quality products and exceptional customer service.
“It is this commitment that allows us to develop deep and long lasting relationships with respected partners such as X-ELIO.”
X-ELIO will install 375MW capacity of solar panels in Mexico
Additionally, X-ELIO will install the remaining 375MW in solar panels at the 118MW project in Veracruz and the 257MW project in Navojoa, Mexico.
X-ELIO is involved in the development, construction and operational services of photovoltaic plants. It has constructed solar plants with a total capacity of more than 1.6 GW, with 41 solar plants currently in operation.
In July this year, JinkoSolar announced that it had supplied 95MW of highly-efficient monocrystalline solar panels for the Tailem Bend solar project in Australia.
The Chinese firm is one of the largest solar module manufacturers and distributes its solar products to the customers based in China, the US, Japan, Germany, the UK, Chile, South Africa, India, Mexico, Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, and other countries and regions.
Currently, the company employs over 15,000 people across its seven production facilities globally.