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Photovoltaic Power Station 9*100 MW in Pakistan

9*100 MW Photovoltaic Power Station in Pakistan

Zonergy and gives full play to the rich experience of its international project management and implementation in comprehensive participation in project development for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. The investment, construction and operation of the photovoltaic power station in July 2016 with the capacity of 9 * 100 MW in Punjabi, Pakistan turned out to be a successful on-grid project for Phase I of 3 * 100 MW. As one of the largest power stations invested and operated overseas by a Chinese company, the cumulative power generated by the power station exceeded 2.5 billion kWh by 2021. Calculated according to the total population of Pakistan, the per capita benefit from the power station is 12 kWh, making a great contribution to Pakistan’s green energy transformation.

Togtoh Photovoltaic Power Station, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia

Togtoh Photovoltaic Power Station in Togtoh County, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia was completed with a total installed capacity of 20 MW, and was connected to the grid in 2016. The project is combines photovoltaic power and animal husbandry. After completion, the project has played a positive role in the local economy, providing not only new clean power supply, but also a good environment and support for the animal husbandry industry, with prominent social, economic and environmental benefits. The total power generation during the project life (25 years) is estimated at about 690 million kWh, equivalent to saving some 241,000 tons of standard coal and preventing 687000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions.

Togtoh Photovoltaic Power Station, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia
Shengda Photovoltaic Power Station

Shengda Photovoltaic Power Station

Shengda Photovoltaic Power Station in Qingshuihe County, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia was completed with a total installed capacity of 10 MW and connected to the grid in 2016. Decentralized inverter and step up transformer distribution with centralized grid connection is used to connect with the local grid. The supply of clean energy into the local grid has optimized the system power supply structure, reduced pressure on the environment, promoted sustainable regional development, and contributed to energy conservation and emission reduction. The total power generation is estimated at about 360 million kWh during the project life (25 years), equivalent to saving 126,000 tons of standard coal and preventing 35,892 tons of carbon emissions.

Hinggan League Photovoltaic Power Station, Inner Mongolia

Hinggan League Photovoltaic Power Station is located in Arilinyihe Village, Debosi Town, Horqin Right Front Banner, Inner Mongolia. The project was started in April 2016. In June 2016, Phase I, with a generation capacity of 10 MW, was completed for grid connection. In September, phase II, with a generation capacity of 10 MW, was also completed. The project therefore has a total of 20 MW installed capacity. This project transforms the locally abundant solar resources into green energy output, provides local employment opportunities through project construction, operation and maintenance, optimizes regional power construction, promotes utilization of green resources, and facilitates sustainable economic development. With an area of more than 1,700 mu, as of June 2021, the project has generated 143,920,000 kWh power and achieved reduction of 140.102 million kg of carbon emissions.

Hinggan League Photovoltaic Power Station, Inner Mongolia
Desert Photovoltaic Power Station in Alxa League

Desert Photovoltaic Power Station in Alxa League

Located in Alxa League Economic Development Zone, Inner Mongolia, this power station has a total installed capacity of 30 MW from the development and utilization of 2,600 mu of desert wasteland.
Geographical conditions for the project construction were extremely complex. Zonergy overcame many difficulties and completed the project with a smooth grid connection within a construction period of less as 108 days, clearly reflected its project management and project roll-out capability.

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