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JinkoSolar of China to supply panels to Else Enerji

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June 9, 2015

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Photovoltaic modules of 20 MW are to be delivered to Else Enerji by October, JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. said. Else Enerji provides consultancy, planning, engineering, construction, operation and maintenance services for projects in Turkey.

The customer majors on solar projects in Turkey and is still growing rapidly, the press release on JinkoSolar’s website said. „This agreement marks another milestone in our expansion into the Turkish market,” commented Frank Niendorf, JinkoSolar’s European sales director. „We are proud that JinkoSolar and its high-quality modules were selected by Else Enerji, Turkey’s leading clean energy company. Else Enerji has the highest quality standards in the Turkish market, which has been used as the basis for their successful market expansion.”

JinkoSolar said it has over 15,000 employees across its five productions facilities in Jiangxi and Zhejiang provinces in China, in Malaysia, Portugal and South Africa, 12 global sales offices and 11 subsidiaries.

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