On July 24, a significant milestone was achieved in Georgia’s renewable energy sector as the construction company “Green Energy” unveiled the largest 25MW solar power plant in Marneuli municipality. This ambitious project aimed to harness solar energy and contribute to the country’s sustainable development goals.
In light of this achievement, the executive director of “Yingli Solar,” one of China’s most prominent solar panel manufacturers, visited Georgia on a business visit. Accompanied by colleagues, the delegation held meetings with key representatives from various energy organizations, including the Energy Development Fund of Georgia and the State Electricity System of Georgia.
The purpose of these meetings was to explore potential partnerships and discuss innovative approaches to advancing renewable energy technologies in the region. The delegation also had an upcoming meeting scheduled with “Huawei,” signifying a commitment to collaborating with leading technology companies in the field.
“Yingli Solar” boasts a remarkable track record with 20 years of global recognition in the solar industry. Their marketing network spans over 20 countries and regions, reflecting their strong international presence. With more than 30 GW of PV modules deployed, “Yingli Solar” has been a consistent supplier of green energy solutions to customers across the globe. Their extensive reach includes countries such as Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, France, South Korea, Japan, Brazil, South Africa, Mexico, and the United States.
The company’s 10 branches worldwide demonstrate its dedication to establishing a strong global footprint in the solar energy sector.
This collaboration between “Green Energy” and “Yingli Solar” signifies a promising step towards accelerating renewable energy adoption in Georgia. With “Green Energy” leading the charge in solar panel design and installation, and “Yingli Solar” contributing its expertise and vast experience, the partnership is poised to bring about positive environmental impacts in the region. The joint efforts of these two companies are anticipated to contribute significantly to Georgia’s clean energy transition and play a pivotal role in combatting climate change on a global scale.