Chinese PV firm to boost Pakistan’s renewable energy

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Observer Report
Beijing

Chinese PV firm to participate in ongoing efforts boosting Pakistan’s renewable energy, China Economic Net reported on Saturday.

Recently, Pakistan’s industry and commerce rooftop market has entered into a new era of 500W+ by adopting a type of advanced photovoltaic modules made by China’s JinkoSolar.

JinkoSolar, along with its local partner Hadron Solar, will provide 775 pieces of Tiger Pro modules with 500W+, which will be installed on the rooftop of a pharmaceutical factory of the Regency Group in Pakistan.

These modules will generate 633 MWh electricity annually in 25 years to meet the factory’s need. What’smore, it will take only three years to recover costs.

“With Jinko modules’ good competitiveness in efficiency and power generation, we wish to drive the development of local PV industry,” said Gener Miao, Chief Marketing Officer of JinkoSolar.

The good competitiveness of products is attributed to JinkoSolar’s input in technologies and innovation.

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