Indian energy conglomerate Jakson Group announced this week that it has signed a contract with China’s Jinchen Corp for the supply of a 600 MW PV production line. The deal is a step forward in Jakson’s plan to expand its solar PV manufacturing capacity in India to 3 GW per year by FY 2026 and serve international markets as well.
Currently, Jakson has a 500 MW solar module facility in Greater Noida. Jinchen’s 600 MW equipment line will augment its existing capacity in Greater Noida to 1.1 GW.
Jakson said the installation of the new line will complete towards the mid of 2023. This fully-automated line will be equipped to produce the latest p-type, n-type, and G-12 modules in both mono-facial and bifacial variants.
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