JinkoSolar to Develop Solar-to-Hydrogen Plants with Sinopec

  • JinkoSolar has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with China’s petroleum giant Sinopec Star, to jointly develop solar-to-hydrogen plants
  • Jinko Solar is the largest solar panel manufacturer in the world in terms of cumulative global shipments boasting accolades for the highest quality and performance.

“Sinopec Star plans to set up several industrial-scale solar-powered emissions-free hydrogen production facilities across the country, which will serve as proof of concept of solar hydrogen supplied from advanced solar technology be cost-competitive,” said the company in a statement release earlier this week. According to JinkoSolar’s founder Kangping Chen, the collaboration could be the first-ever integration of next-generation N-type technology into solar hydrogen production.

Related news: Last month JinkoSolar announced the launch of a new series of ultra-efficient Flagship Tiger Neo modules. Read more

Sinopec recently announced the development of the World’s Largest Photovoltaic Green Hydrogen Production Project in Kuqa, Xinjiang recently. As part of the project, Sinopec will build a new photovoltaic power station with an installed capacity of 300MW and annual power generation of 618 million kilowatt-hours, an electrolyzed water hydrogen plant with an annual capacity of 20,000 tons, a spherical hydrogen storage tank with hydrogen storage capacity of 210,000 standard cubic meters, and hydrogen transmission pipelines with a capacity of 28,000 standard cubic meters per hour (including supporting power transmission and transformation facilities).

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