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JinkoSolar to supply modules for a 2 GW agrivoltaic facility in Fujin City, China

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November 23, 2020
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by Patricia Seoane da Silva
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Aside from the planned investment (about $1.59 billion), most details about this project remain unknown – as Jinko has only disclosed that the facility will include various activities related to the agricultural sector, such as water conservation and irrigation projects or crop planting and greenhouses. Clients should verify the type of solar module that Jinko plans to supply (e.g., bifacial or monofacial) and monitor this project for further information on agrivoltaic system performance. As the integration of PV and agriculture continues to gain traction, China is poised to become a fast-growing market – with other GW-scale installations already being announced.

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