The world-renowned PV manufacturer Jetion Solar has announced that it has signed a module supply agreement with CTIEC, a world leading EPC contractor. According to the agreement, 133 MW of Jetion’s high-efficiency monocrystalline PV modules will be installed in a utility-scale solar power plant (“Puerto Real 1” project) in the province of Cadiz in southern Spain.
With a total planned capacity of 283 MW, the project is one of the largest unsubsidized utility-scale solar power plants currently constructed in Europe. The project will use more than 330,000 pieces of Jetion Solar JT SGh395W 1500V high-efficiency mono PERC PV modules. After the project is connected to the grid, it is expected to realize about 200,000 MWh every year, saving about 66,000 tons of standard coal and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by about 166,000 tons.
Mr. Zhao Honglei, Senior Vice President of Jetion Solar commented: “The Puerto Real project is one of the largest non-subsidized utility-scale PV projects in the Europe. Jetion Solar is very proud to be part of this flagship project. We are very glad to continue to cooperate with CTIEC and work together to push forward Europe's renewable energy development process. “