JinkoSolar has announced that, according to data available on Australia’s National Electricity Market Dashboard, its modules deployed for utility scale solar farms in Australia are currently generating almost 550 MW AC, more than one third of the combined capacity of PV installations in Australia’s utility sector, which reaches approximately 1.5GW, excluding hybrid power plants. Once the Sunraysia, Glenrowan, Jemalong and Batchelor NT power plants are connected to the grid, the total capacity generated by the company’s high-efficiency modules will hit 1 GW AC.
Anita Li, General Manager of JinkoSolar APAC, commented, “We are very proud that JinkoSolar high-efficiency modules now power more than one third of the total capacity generated by utility projects in Australia. This achievement validates our efforts and the customer recognition from the market means a lot to us. As one of the biggest PV module manufacturers globally, our teams have been actively seeking new opportunities to contribute to local electrical power systems and will continue to provide innovative technology based products and optimized operations to push forward the development of renewable energy in Australia.”