JinkoSolar (JKS +5.7%) shares surge to an all-time high after the company captures an order from German renewable project developer Juwi Hellas to supply the Kozani solar project in Greece, which the company says will be the largest bifacial solar project ever built in Europe.

JinkoSolar says it will deliver 204 MW of Swan bifacial modules with transparent backsheet from DuPont for the solar complex, with construction expected to begin in November 2021.

“The Kozani project will become Europe’s benchmark for renewable energy in terms of competitively priced and subsidy-free solar power,” says Frank Niendorf, General Manager of JinkoSolar Europe.

JKS shares have been on a tear, more than doubling in less than a month and soaring ive-fold over the past year.


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