JinkoSolar, a global leader in the photovoltaic industry, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to partner with the Kazakhstan’s International Center for Green Technologies and Investment Projects on solar power development, the company has announced in a statement.
The MoU was signed at JinkoSolar’s Shanghai headquarter by Kazakhstan International Centre for Green Technology CEO Sak Nurlan and JinkoSolar Asia Pacific General Manager Anita Li.
Through this MOU, JinkoSolar will contribute towards the renewables development in Kahahzstan through appropriate utilization of its expertise in solar PV research & development, production, and knowledge sharing given its extensive global service network and experience.
Speaking on the occasion, Anita Li stated: “As the largest economy in Central Asia, Kazakhstan is a regional powerhouse and a crucial link between China and continental Europe. Kazakhstan is an important strategic partner in the Belt and Road Initiative, focused on the green infrastructure investment sector. Kazakhstan has incredible potential for renewables development as it possesses significant solar energy resources. We’re happy to see that the Government of Kazakhstan has already taken steps towards a transition to a green economy. As the world largest solar module producer, JinkoSolar will provide its top performing products and services to Kazakhstan and enhance co-operation with Kazakhstan under the Belt and Road Initiative.”
Anita Li further noted: “The partnership of both parties will enhance the effectiveness of projects and catalyze socio-economic development of Kazakhstan to the benefits of its people.”