Solar Power Plant in Western China Is Successfully Connected

SHANGHAI -- - JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. "JinkoSolar" or the "Company" NYSE: JKS, a fast-growing, vertically integrated solar power product manufacturer based in China, recently announced that the 18 MW project developed by China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development Co., Ltd.

CGN-SEDC is now connected to the grid. JinkoSolar provided all the modules for this project in Dunhuang, Gansu Province in west China.

Located in the solar base of China Guangdong Nuclear Power Company in Dunhuang, the solar power plant covers an area of 400,000 square meters and JinkoSolar provided all 76,000 modules for the installation.

With an annual average sunshine time of 3,362 hours, the city of Dunhuang is recognized by experts as a world-class solar-rich region. At the same time, convenient power transmission in the region has provided a guarantee for the rapid growth of photovoltaic grid connection systems. Solar power projects currently completed or under construction in Gansu exceed 100MW, about one-eighth of China's total solar capacity of 768MW. Now providing more than 15 percent of Gansu's total capacity, JinkoSolar has effectively secured a place as one of the most significant solar power manufacturers in this vital region. The success of this project will undoubtedly spur the development of PV projects as well as the solar industry in western China.

"Solar power has become one of the most efficient energy solutions. I am very pleased to see the role our products have played in this process," stated JinkoSolar chairman, David Li. "We are witnessing the tremendous support for the photovoltaic industry from the government, developers and investors in China. It is our sincere hope that we continue to strengthen and establish our long-term relationship with CGN-SEDC and other players in the field. JinkoSolar will continue to provide our customers with high-quality PV modules, while ensuring a long-term and stable return on investment for solar power plant investors."


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