Shanghai, January 24 – The 2021 first solar plant of Colombia’s renewable energy transition plan has been installed in Meta, officially announced by Colombian President Iván Duque Márquez, who attended the plant’s inauguration ceremony on Friday.

ZNShine Solar double glass solar modules with graphene coating technology will power the Colombian Ministry of Mines and Energy offices, generating more than 30% of the building energy consumption.

Colombia’s National Government goal is to reduce 51% of greenhouse gas emissions in the country by 2030 by installing six solar parks and having an installed capacity of renewable energies of around 400 MW by 2023.

“We are proud to contribute to the sustainable and reliable energy transition for the future of Colombia.  This project is a result of our high-quality products and a very strong team of sales and service to support our local customers” stated Eva Ma, Sales Manager for Colombia.

Image: Ministry of Mines and Energy Offices. From Facebook (@MinEnergiaCo)


Founded in 1988, ZNShine Solar is a BNEF Tier1 module manufacturer with over 32 years of manufacturing excellence and a 6 GW module production capacity. Scored as a “Top Performer” in the DNV GL PV Module Reliability Scorecard, ZNSHINE SOLAR (NEEQ Stock Code: 838463) has developed as a PV plant partner and investor having delivered bespoke EPC solutions and O&M services.