from：China Three Gorges Corporationdate：2021-04-26
A 50 MW agriculture & solar complementary project in Tai'erzhuang, owned by CTG Renewables, the new energy arm of China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG), recently connected the first power units to grid for power generation.
The agriculture & solar project, located in the subsidence area of a former gypsum mine in Tai'erzhuang District, Zaozhuang, Shandong Province, has a total installed capacity of 50 MW and is equipped with 13 sets of all-in-one boxed inverter transformer as well as a new 110 kV voltage booster. The project adopts a comprehensive complementary development model combining agriculture, fishery and solar power. It makes full use of the space under the elevated frame of photovoltaic panels to plant crops or raise fish, achieving the intensive and comprehensive utilization of the solar energy and the land and forming a scientific hybrid space-saving model of "power generation above farming and fishery". It not only ensures green development, high yield and high efficiency, but also makes full use of the clean solar energy, driving the synchronous growth of modern agriculture and new energy industry
Once fully operational, the Tai'erzhuang project will supply an average of 57.29 million kWh of clean electricity to the grid annually, cutting down on 18,000 tons of standard coal and reducing the emission of 209.8 tons of sulfur dioxide and about 56,000 tons of carbon dioxide.
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