JinkoSolar Takes Part in Africa Energy Forum

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  • JinkoSolar, one of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, participated and exhibited at the just-ended Africa Energy Forum AEF2022 from 21-24 June, at Tour & Taxis, Brussels.
  • Jinko’s team presented at the booth meeting potential customers and prospects to talk about the latest technology innovation and products.

The 24th Africa Energy Forum 2022 was held from the  21st  to the 24th of  24 June in Brussels under the theme ‘Africa for Africa: Building Energy for the Just Transition’. AEF aim is to unite governments, utilities, and regulators with development finance institutions, commercial banks, power developers, technology providers, EPCs, and professional services.

Jinko’s Head of Sales – SADC Region,  Milicent Chidamba contributed with her expertise in a panel discussion on the topic of “Solar Projects for Africa”. She discussed in detail how revolutionizing solar project initiatives are helping social and economic development to help build a self-sustainable Africa.

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“We made strategic partnerships, negotiations and discussions that will allow us to develop of PV Modules and ESS Business in Sub- Saharan Africa. We appreciate the acceptance of Tiger Neo (N type) modules by most of partners in the conference in a bid to make energy affordable in Africa”  Titus Koech, Jinko’s Technical Service Manager, for Sub- Saharan Africa.

 The 25th Africa Energy Forum 2023 has been announced to be taking place in Nairobi Kenya, first time in Africa and Jinko Solar has announced that it will also be participating in AEF 2023.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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