to-the-point: JinkoSolar to supply 17 MW of modules to Alberta project

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Sep 8 (Renewables Now) - Chinese solar manufacturer JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd (NYSE:JKS) will supply about 17 MW direct current (DC) of photovoltaic (PV) modules in the Canadian province of Alberta, it said today.

The modules, to be delivered by the company's subsidiary Jinkosolar Canada Co Ltd to Borea Construction ULC, will be installed at the Brooks solar project in Brooks, which is described as the first utility-scale solar project in western Canada. The scheme is owned by Vancouver-based renewables developer Elemental Energy Inc. Emissions Reduction Alberta is a contributing partner on the project, JinkoSolar said.

The Brooks solar farm will use more than 48,500 of JinkoSolar's Mono PERC modules. According to the announcement, this is the first Canadian solar project to feature Mono PERC PV modules.                            

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