JinkoSolar Powers the Miami Science Barge

SHANGHAI -- JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. has donated 16.9 kilowatts (kW) of PV modules for the construction of the Miami Science Barge ("Barge"), a floating marine lab and environmental education center in Miami, Florida. The Miami Science Barge, a 3,600 square foot barge docked in the Museum Park in Biscayne Bay, was designed to focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and sustainability initiatives. It features three interconnecting zones which will educate visitors on a number of topics including living ecosystems, marine experiments, and renewable energy. JinkoSolar's high-efficiency modules will be powering the Barge, allowing it to function completely off the grid. Aboard the Barge there will be around 75 kWh of storage, enough for a total of 3 days' worth of stored energy. There will be a cost savings of over $1,000 per year, which will be used towards ensuring that the Barge's programs can be provided free to those with limited financial means.

Sonnedix USA Services Limited, a member of the Sonnedix Group of Companies (collectively, "Sonnedix"), donated the solar inverters, provided engineering support, and coordinated the donation of energy storage equipment from Pittsburgh, PA based Aquion Energy.

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