Jinko Solar’s N-Type Modules Are Now The First Choice For EPCs And End Customers In Bangladesh


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This is the country’s first-ever N Type installation featuring Jinko’s Tiger Neo panels


Bangladesh’s leading pharmaceutical company, NAAFCO is powering its operation with solar energy. The massive rooftop installation houses 1.5 MWp DC of the 555W Tiger Neo Monofacial modules. NAAFCO is a trusted name in Crop Nutrition, Plant Protection, Seeds, Consumer Products, Animal Health and Human Health. 

Dana Power, a reputed EPC company in Bangladesh market carried out the installation. Jinko’s N Type offering was the obvious choice for this project and stood out in terms of performance as compared to its peers. This will help NAAFCO offset its carbon footprint to an extent and run its operations on clean solar power. The project will achieve commercial operation within January 2023.

NAAFCO’s core business is manufacturing of tablets, capsules, powders, oral liquids, etc. Mr. Daniel Liu, MD – South & Central Asia, Jinko Solar said, “Healthcare remains the single most primary concern today for mankind and access to medicine is one critical area for people in developing countries. We are both happy and proud that our products are in a way helping solve this issue in a green and clean way. We really value this association with NAAFCO and our EPC partner, Dana Power.”

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Jinko Solar is gaining a lot of recognition in the Bangladesh market owing to this project and the company has serious plans to keep on expanding its project footprint in the country with its N type modules and newly launched ESS solutions.

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