JinkoSolar will partner with SchneiTec for the development of 60MW solar plant to be located in Kompong Speu Province, Cambodia.


Image: JinkoSolar to supply panels Cambodian solar plant. Photo courtesy of Joe Zlomek/Freeimages.com.

This is expected to be one of the biggest solar power plants in Cambodia.

SchneiTec Group project director Say Sotheara said: “We chose JinkoSolar modules for superior reliability, proven durability and performance in high-temperature, humidity condition in South East Asia regions.

“We look forward to working with JinkoSolar on this momentous project – hopefully one of the largest utility scale solar plants in Cambodia.”

Delivery of the more than 200,000 JinkoSolar’s Eagle crystalline modules will start to reach the Cambodian ports within 5 months. The system is scheduled to commence in November of this year with an expected completion and COD date in December of next year.

This project marks a milestone in Cambodia’s RE power section not only in terms of capacity, but also a major stepping stone of the country to find clean and efficient energy solutions in tackling the energy deficit.

JinkoSolar global sales and marketing vice president Gener Miao said: “We feel great honored to work with SchneiTec Group on this landmark project. This 60mw solar installation is just the first step towards an abundant and vibrant renewable energy future in Cambodia.”

“We have great expectations for the entire region. The region’s booming populations, strong economic growth engines, and abundant sunlight represent an exciting opportunity for solar and for JinkoSolar.”

Source: Company Press Release