Webinar! JinkoSolar Energy Storage Solutions – Utility, Commercial and Residential

  • This exciting webinar will reveal ‘JinkoSolar Energy Storage System’ which is a brand new product offering of the company’s “PV + ESS” business segment.
  • For the first time, solar installers, IPP’s and EPC’s operating on the African continent have a ‘one stop’ turnkey solar energy systems solution from one reputable supplier.  
  • The presentation will reveal that JinkoSolar can now provide the most appropriate clean energy solutions for large power plant projects connected to the grid, commercial and industrial power demand, or residential off-grid power demand.
  • The webinar, convened by Bryan Groenendaal, will take place on the 28th of October 2021 at 14H00 – do not miss it! Register HERE

The webinar will feature an interview with Mr Jaffer Wang, Jinko Solar General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa plus a presentation by Milicent ‘Mili’ Chidamba, who heads up Sales Southern Africa. A technical Q&A session will follow.

Jinko Solar General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa – Mr Jaffer Wang.

“As the world’s leading PV company, JinkoSolar is committed to providing global customers with a more comprehensive range of new energy solutions by expanding its “PV +” business segment. As an important product in the “PV + ESS” business segment, JinkoSolar Energy Storage System will achieve better electricity management for customers in Africa and around the world”

 

Milicent Chidamba – Head of Sales Southern Africa

“Learn about JinkoSolar Residential Energy Storage System which offers flexibkility in system sizing, high performance output plus nifty security features”

 

 

JinkoSolar is the largest solar panel manufacturer in the world in terms of cumulative global shipments boasting accolades for the highest quality and performance.

Do Not Miss This Webinar !

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