China PV News Snippets

INTEC And CHINT To Establish Largest Solar Power Plant In Romania & More From JinkoSolar

China PV News Snippets

INTEC Energy Solutions & CHINT Solar will be developing a 154 MWp ground mounted photovoltaic power plant in Arges County, Romania, which will produce 124 GWh of solar energy each year. (Photo Credit: INTEC)

INTEC and CHINT Solar have been awarded full EPC services and the construction largest PV power plant in Romania by Econergy; JinkoSolar wins N-type BIPV supply contract with GroupShops.

INTEC & CHINT to build largest solar power plant in Romania: EPC and O&M services company INTEC Energy Solutions (INTEC) announced that the company is partnering with PV power station developer and PV module producer CHINT Solar to establish, supposedly, Romania’s largest solar power plant. Econergy, which is an investor, developer, and operator in renewable energy projects across Europe, has awarded the contract for the provision of full EPC services and the construction of this power plant to the INTEC-CHINT Partnership. The facility will be located in the Arges county, in southern Romania. The partnership will provide all the necessary services and works related to the design, engineering, procurement, construction, and high voltage grid connection of the power plant. The ground mounted project will have a capacity of 154 MW and is expected to produce 124 GWh of solar energy each year, reducing carbon emissions by approximately 160,000 tons each year. In February, INTEC and Chint Solar had partnered for 328 MW photovoltaic power plants in Denmark (see China PV News Snippets)

JinkoSolar to provide N-type BIPV panels to GroupShops: PV module manufacturer JinkoSolar from China announced that it has won a contract from GroupShops, a procurement and project management company in Israel. As per the agreement, the company has to provide 621 pieces of its full black BIPV modules for the National Library of Israel in Kiryat HaLeum, Jerusalem. In February , JinkoSolar’s Haining base produced its first Tiger Neo’s N-type cell (see China PV News Snippets)

 

About The Author

Recent Videos

Loading...
Subscribe To Our Taiyang NewsLetter 
Enter your email to receive our daily solar sector updates.