JinkoSolar, a well known leader in the photovoltaic (PV) industry, revealed that it supplied polycrystalline photovoltaic panels to the first solar power plant in Armenia. The opening ceremony took place earlier in November in the city of Talin. Due to its scale, this project is of significant importance to the Armenian solar, ecology, and economic development sectors.
The opening ceremony was well-attended by various leaders in Armenia, including, but not limited to, Prime Minister, Karen Karapetyan; Minister of Territorial Administration and Development, Davit Loqyan ; Deputy Minister of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources Hayk Harutyunyan;
Deputy Ambassador of German Federal Republic to Armenia Klaus Wendelberger, and General Secretary of the Energy Charter Secretariat Urban Rusnák.
Approximately 3700 JinkoSolar’s high efficiency polycrystalline photovoltaic panels were installed in this 1MW solar power plant and will operate there throughout the 25 year product lifespan. Arpi Solar, which designed the project and implemented the construction, cooperated with its leading international partners such as JinkoSolar, Staubli, Enerparc, Sungrow, which guarantees long-term and productive revenues for the next 25 years.
Arda Kristaporyan, Country Manager for JinkoSolar, commented, “We’re pleased to have contributed to the realisation of this milestone project for Armenia. Our Eagle solar panels have already been successfully implemented in large-scale projects all over the world and they will secure the highest energy yields in the years to come. We will keep working closely with Arpi Solar to fulfill our shared target of creating a solar future in Armenia.”