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JinkoSolar to supply 50 MW of solar panels to Tegnatia

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May 17, 2015

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Photovoltaic industry supplier JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. announced it would supply panels of 50 MW overall capacity to Turkey’s renewable energy developer Tegnatia.

According to the agreements signed by both parties at the beginning of 2015, the equipment will be delivered in several shipments bound for projects across Turkey.

Tegnatia is a joint venture between Turkey’s T Dinamik and Greece’s Egnatia Group. Egnatia has over 300 MW of power in solar installations in Greece, Romania, Bulgaria and UK, the press release said.

“JinkoSolar is very proud to have been chosen as a partner by Tegnatia, one of Turkey’s leading and most professional quality-focused renewable energy developers,” commented Frank Niendorf, JinkoSolar’s European sales director.

“This deal makes JinkoSolar the Turkey’s leading module supplier. We look forward to identifying and engaging similarly strategic opportunities in Turkey in the coming months to continuously increase our market share.”

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