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Yunnan to promote the construction of 355 new energy projects in 2022

Seetao 2022-07-26 14:43
  • 350 photovoltaic projects with an installed capacity of 31.6504 million kilowatts
  • 5 wind power projects with an installed capacity of 355,000 kilowatts
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Recently, the Yunnan Provincial Energy Bureau issued the "Yunnan Province New Energy Construction Plan in 2022", specifying that in 2022 Yunnan Province will accelerate the construction of 355 new energy projects with an installed capacity of 32,005,400 kilowatts, including 350 photovoltaic projects with an installed capacity of 31,650,400 kilowatts; wind power projects 5, with an installed capacity of 355,000 kilowatts. Except for Diqing Prefecture, other cities in Yunnan Province have layouts.

The "Plan" makes it clear that the photovoltaic project will complete the project filing before August, and fully start construction before October. Projects with an installed capacity of 100,000 kilowatts and below should be ready for production by April 2023; projects above 100,000 kilowatts should be ready for production by June 2023. The time for full-capacity grid connection shall not exceed the end of December 2023. The wind power project should meet the approval conditions by the end of November 2022, and the construction will be fully started by July 2023.

According to the "Plan", power grid enterprises in Yunnan Province should speed up the construction of the project supporting grid connection project, make a good connection with the project construction, and realize simultaneous grid connection, nearby access, and local consumption. Priority will be given to the construction of supporting grid connection projects by power grid enterprises, and new energy supporting projects that have difficulties in the construction of power grid enterprises or whose planning and construction schedules do not match, allow power generation enterprises to invest in construction and relieve the pressure of rapid development of new energy sources for grid connection and consumption. Editor/He Yuting