JinkoSolar Closes 2 GW Distribution Contract With Aldo Solar
JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd., announced that its principal operating subsidiary, Jinko Solar Co., Ltd. and Aldo Solar, reinforce their partnership for 2022 with the signing of the largest distribution agreement for Distributed Generation ever signed by Jinko Solar Co., Ltd. outside China.
December 03, 2021. By News Bureau
Under the agreement, approximately 4 million photovoltaic modules will be distributed, equivalent to 2 GW of installed power. The contract assures the resellers and installers of solar energy in Brazil the continuity of the commercialization of the Tiger Pro family of panels.
Mr. Kangping Chen, CEO of Jinko Solar Co., Ltd., said that the Brazilian market is indeed one of JinkoSolar's largest DG Market in the world. This 2 GW Agreement for 2022 between Jinko Solar Co., Ltd. and Aldo Solar, one of the biggest distribution contracts ever signed by Jinko Solar Co., Ltd., represents another milestone for the consolidation of the long-term partnership between the two companies, as well as an exceptional growth opportunity for JinkoSolar in Brazil.
"In Aldo Solar we found a loyal partner with the same core values as JinkoSolar and a partner that craves solid relationships like us. We want to thank Aldo Solar for their trust in past and future years and we are sure that the synergy between JinkoSolar and Aldo will lead us to achieving the desired successes", stated Mr. Chen.
Mr. Aldo Teixeira, founder, and CEO of Aldo Solar, added "after we established a long-term partnership in 2019, this new distribution agreement for 2022 is the proof of the shared values between the two companies, both leaders in their segments. I would like to thank JinkoSolar on behalf of our dealers and installers, as well as the entire Aldo Solar family".
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