Photovoltaic

China Power won the bid for Shandong 850MW Offshore Photovoltaic Project

Seetao 2022-07-01 16:32
  • In 2022, the grid-connected scale is expected to be 1.9GW, and the planned start-up scale is 3.8GW
  • In 2022, Shandong will compete to deploy 10 offshore photovoltaic projects with a total scale of 11.25 million kilowatts and a total investment of about 67.5 billion yuan
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Recently, the Shandong Provincial Energy Administration issued an announcement on the results of the competitive allocation of offshore photovoltaic projects in Shandong Province in 2022. Among them, a consortium led by China Power International Development Co., Ltd. and Zhejiang Chint New Energy Development Co., Ltd. has successfully obtained the development right of the 850MW sea pile project in Wudi, Binzhou, Shandong, making offshore photovoltaic development further blue.

The announcement shows that in 2022, Shandong will compete to deploy 10 offshore photovoltaic projects with a total scale of 11.25 million kilowatts and a total investment of about 67.5 billion yuan. The project construction sites are mainly located in the adjacent sea areas of Binzhou, Dongying, Weifang, Yantai, Weihai, Qingdao and other regions in Shandong Province. The project start time and scale are 3.8GW in 2022, 4.7GW in 2023, and 2.75GW in 2024. It is expected that the grid-connected scale will be 1.9GW in 2022, and the remaining projects will be connected to the grid from 2023 to 2025.

Previously, the 14th Five-Year Plan for Electric Power Development in Shandong Province issued by Shandong Province clearly stated that during the 14th Five-Year Plan period, Shandong Province plans to deploy two 10-million-kilowatt offshore photovoltaic bases around the Bohai Sea and along the Yellow Sea, with 57 offshore photovoltaic sites and a total of 57 offshore photovoltaic sites. The installed capacity is 42 million kilowatts. The 10-million-kilowatt offshore photovoltaic base around the Bohai Sea has 31 offshore photovoltaic sites, with a total installed capacity of 19.3 million kilowatts. Among them, there are 20 photovoltaic sites with an installed capacity of 14.1 million kilowatts; 11 "scenery-same-field" sites with an installed capacity of 5.2 million kilowatts. Along the Yellow Sea 10 million kilowatt-class offshore photovoltaic base, 26 offshore photovoltaic sites are deployed, with a total installed capacity of 22.7 million kilowatts. Among them, there are 9 photovoltaic sites with an installed capacity of 9.5 million kilowatts; 17 photovoltaic sites with an installed capacity of 13.2 million kilowatts. It is planned to build a 10-million-kilowatt integrated wind-solar storage and transportation base in the saline-alkali tidal flat in northern Shandong and a photovoltaic + base in the coal mining subsidence area in the southwest of Shandong. By 2025, the installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation will reach 65 million kilowatts, of which about 12 million kilowatts of offshore photovoltaics.

According to the person in charge of the New Energy and Renewable Energy Department of Shandong Energy Bureau, offshore photovoltaics is a new field for the development of renewable energy. and an important support for the construction of a strong marine province. During the bidding process, the East China regional development team of Chint New Energy fully investigated the local natural and geographical conditions through professional judgment and accurate analysis. The solution system was professional and responsive, and finally stood out in the fierce competition. In the follow-up, Chint New Energy will give full play to its photovoltaic construction strength, scientifically and rationally develop and utilize offshore photovoltaic resources in Shandong Province, continue to explore offshore photovoltaic application models, and help the construction of a strong marine province and the process of renewable energy replacement. Editor/Zhao E

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