Antaisolar has announced an agreement with Dingjing Combine to provide up to 100MW of racking for distributed projects in China.
Dingjing Combine is a company covering the development, construction and operation of solar projects in China and has so far developed over 300MW of rooftop projects. Since the approval in August by China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) of a new pilot program specifically designed to promote the deployment of distributed PV, domestic demand has increased significantly, with the two companies now jointly exploring the development of rooftop projects and the sharing of knowledge and technical expertise.
Jasmine Huang, Antaisolar’s CEO, was optimistic that the collaboration with Dingjing Combine would further increase the company’s competitiveness in the domestic market, while the latter’s CEO, Yi Wang, commented: “Antaisolar’s innovative product R&D concept and mature service levels are highly compatible with our own concept of building photovoltaic power stations with better quality, shorter construction periods and lower construction costs. With their tailor-made advantages of high quality products and experience of complicated solar projects, we will together be able to explore more low-carbon energy cooperation opportunities in China.”