JinkoSolar Signs Master Module Supply Agreement With Con Edison Development in the U.S.

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JinkoSolar, a chinese solar PV company that operates globally,  has signed  Master Module Supply Agreement (“MSA”) with Consolidated Edison Development (CED), a New York State-based developer, owner and operator of large-scale renewable energy projects.

Under the agreement,  JinkoSolar will supply high-efficiency polycrystalline 72-cell modules, totaling approximately 560 MW in capacity, to CED through August 2017. They have already begun shipping modules to project sites. JinkoSolar modules will be used to power various CED projects across multiple states in the U.S.

“We are proud to have reached another significant milestone through this supply agreement with Con Edison Development,” said Nigel Cockroft, General Manager of JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. “JinkoSolar’s strong momentum in the U.S. solar industry is a direct result of our company’s dedication to reliability in both module performance and customer support.”

“JinkoSolar has a clear understanding of the energy marketplace in which we operate,” said Mark Noyes, President and CEO ofCon Edison Development.  “It is important that our company continuously improves solar system efficiency in order to remain competitive with other energy sources. JinkoSolar’s product roadmap and operational excellence are perfect fits for our company.”

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