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Zhejiang Zhoushan million kilowatt coal power project officially started

Seetao 2022-07-28 09:09
  • The first unit is expected to be put into operation by the end of 2024 and connected to Ningbo Power Grid
  • After completion, it will alleviate the power gap in Zhoushan and Ningbo and boost the balance of power supply and demand
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On July 27, 2022, the pile foundation project of Zheneng Liuheng Power Plant Phase II Project, which is a major investment project during the 14th Five-Year Plan period in Zhejiang Province, officially started construction.

Zheneng Liuheng Power Plant Phase II Project

Zheneng Liuheng Power Plant Phase II project is located in Liuheng Island, Putuo District. As a national coal storage base, Liuheng Island has an annual throughput capacity of 30 million tons, low circulating water temperature, good berthing conditions at the wharf, and good energy-saving and carbon-reducing effects.

The static investment of the project is about 7 billion yuan, and two 1 million kilowatt coal-fired generating units will be built. After completion, the annual power generation will be about 11 billion kilowatt hours, which is double the first phase of Zheneng Liuheng Power Plant.

It is reported that the second phase project of Zheneng Liuheng Power Plant is the first million kilowatt-class coal power project approved during the 14th Five-Year Plan period in Zhejiang Province. The first unit of the project is scheduled to be completed and put into operation by the end of 2024 and connected to the Ningbo power grid, which will alleviate the power gap in Zhoushan and Ningbo, boost the balance of power supply and demand, effectively reduce the loss of power grid operation, and greatly improve the economy of power grid operation.

The relevant person in charge of Zheneng Group introduced that the project can alleviate the dual pressures of total energy consumption control and the environment faced by thermal power development, and promote the transformation and upgrading of low-carbon emissions in the province's power industry. Editor/He Yuting