According to the terms of the agreement, Proinso -- operating out of its Mumbai office -- will begin distributing JinkoSolar solar PV modules through its extensive sales network in India. Proinso plans to leverage its experienced staff, which includes 125 qualified installers.
“Over the past three years, we have supplied more than 100 MW of PV modules and have provided installation services for over 150 projects across India," said Kunal Chandra, head of Proinso India. "We are extremely careful in choosing our partners and chose to build a relationship with JinkoSolar given their excellent reputation and strength across the entire solar spectrum."
Xiande Li, chairman of JinkoSolar, cited Proinso's reputation for providing customers with high-quality, high-efficiency products. "This agreement further strengthens our industry-leading customer base and reflects our strong position in the Indian market," he said.
India has significant fundamental growth drivers in its solar market. According to WikiSolar, India operates more than 160 solar plants and boasts a capacity of more than 1.7GW. That places the country in fourth place behind the US, China and Germany.