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JinkoSolar delivers more than 1.1 mln. PV modules to one of the largest German and EU-based projects

16 May 2024

JinkoSolar, one of the largest solar module manufacturers in the world, announced that it has delivered more than 1.1 million Tiger Neo modules modules to a Solar Power Plant in Lobstädt, Germany – The Witznitz Solar Park – which adds up to 650 MW module capacity in total.

German insurance group Signal Iduna, through its affiliate Hansainvest Real Assets, has invested in the project, securing 605 MW and Shell Energy Europe has signed a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). Constructed last year by Move On Energy, the facility will be under its operational management.

The project is expected to deliver 0.6 terawatt hours of electricity per year. The Witznitz Solar Park project is to date the biggest PV Project in Germany and one of the largest in Europe.

“Rapidly expanding green energy production in Germany and Europe is the only way forward to sustainably increase electricity supply and to lower carbon emissions. That’s why JinkoSolar is proud to deliver more than 1.1 mn TOPCon Tiger Neo modules to this milestone project. The Witznitz Solar Park, has already become a benchmark for renewable energy as one of the largest projects ever built in Germany and Europe using TOPCon modules,” said Frank Niendorf, General Manager of JinkoSolar Europe.

“We are very pleased to have found a reliable and competent partner and supplier for our major project in JinkoSolar,” said Steffen Montag, Managing Director of Move On Energy and Wolfgang Pielmaier, Technical Director of Move On Energy GmbH.

The Witznitz energy park was one of the largest construction sites in Saxony in 2023. “The fulfillment of the high technical requirements paired with the smooth in-time delivery to the construction site confirms the choice of Jinko Solar as our exclusive partner in the field of module supply, ”add the Move On Energy officials.



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