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Chinese fish pond hosts 550 MW solar farm

09.06.2022 07:00 AM
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Chinese fish pond hosts 550 MW solar farm
Chinese power transmission and distribution equipment provider Chint Group has recently completed a 550 MW solar plant deployed on a fish pond in Wenzhou, a city with a subtropical maritime monsoon climate in China's Zhejiang province.

According to the project developers, the area is characterized by high temperatures and rain in summer and frequent typhoon, high-salt and high-humidity climatic conditions at the seaside bring many challenges to the photovoltaic plant.
 


The facility covers an area of approximately 4,933,333.3 square meters on a beach in the Oufei Enclosed Area, South Zhejiang Industrial Cluster. It was built with around 1.4 million glass-glass monocrystalline solar modules with a power output of 450 W each provided by Chint's Astronergy unit.

The project combines PV power and fish farming to make better use of the available space in the sea, according to Chint.
 
 
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