Rio Alto picks JinkoSolar modules for 522-MW photo voltaic farm in Brazil

November 25 (Renewables Now) – The bulk-owned principal working unit of Chinese language photovoltaics (PV) maker JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd (NYSE:JKS) has secured a deal to produce modules for a 522-MW photo voltaic mission in Brazil.

Jinko Photo voltaic Co Ltd, additionally known as Jiangxi Jinko has been chosen to ship its Tiger Neo 78 Cell modules, the father or mother firm stated on Thursday.

The {hardware} will probably be used for the primary part of the 1.2-GW Santa Luzia photo voltaic advanced of 9 PV parks in Paraiba State. The large mission is already underneath building and is anticipated to require an total funding of BRL 4.1 billion (USD 771.4m/EUR 741.3m). The capability will probably be instlled in three levels that may span an space of over 1,700 acres within the cities of Santa Luzia and Sao Mamede.

Jinko Photo voltaic has shipped the primary batch of modules earlier in November and can full deliveries of the gear for the preliminary part in Might 2023. The plant is because of start business operations in January 2024.

The Santa Luzia mission was developed by Brazilian unbiased energy producer Rio Alto Energias Renovaveis. Final week, it contracted China’s Trina Photo voltaic Co Ltd to produce sensible trackers for part one.

(BRL 1.0 = USD 0.188/EUR 0.181)

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