JinkoSolar powers first sustainable cheese

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JinkoSolar has enabled the Philippines based New Zealand Creamery to produce cheese based on solar power. 2.2MW of the company’s high efficiency solar panels were supplied by Its official distributor in the Philippines, Proinso, and installed on the roof of the creamery’s cheese making facility by SOLAREN Renewable Energy Solutions Corporation in Laguna. The project is one of the largest of its kind in the country and puts the creamery well on the way to fulfilling its vision of powering the whole facility with renewable energy.

“Knowing that the cheese we eat is produced by solar and that we are helping the environment by watching our energy consumption move backwards is too impressive for words. Bring on the sun!” commented the creamery company’s owner.

“We are delighted to be able to assist food producers to convert to solar. In future, there will be a trend for food and other fast consumer products to be favoured if they are certified as sustainable and  we will help our food related customers across the world to integrate comprehensive food safety processes run by solar energy,” concluded Gener Miao, JinkoSolar’s CMO.

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