China's first multi-energy complementary base of 10 million kilowatts
- Long power into Lu project total investment of more than 40 billion yuan, planning total installed capacity of 6 million kilowatts
- Wind power is 4.5 million kilowatts, photovoltaic power is 1.5 million kilowatts, and the annual generation of clean energy electricity will exceed 14 billion kilowatt-hours
Under the goal of "carbon peaking and carbon neutrality", wind power, photovoltaic and other renewable energy have entered a stage of rapid development. On November 30, 2022, the first fan of "Longpower into Shandong" supporting Huaneng Qingyang 6 million kW new energy Demonstration Project was successfully hoisted, which marked that China's first new energy project of multi-energy complementary comprehensive energy base with 10 million kW level entered the stage of comprehensive construction.
As one of the major projects determined and implemented in the national "14th Five-Year Plan" outline and the ecological protection and high-quality development plan of the Yellow River Basin, the project is also another large-scale clean power delivery project in Gansu Province after Jiuhu DC Project. Huaneng Qingyang Scenery Comprehensive New Energy Demonstration Project is a key supporting new energy power supply project for the project. It is an important part of Longdong Huaneng Energy Base, the first multi-energy complementary and comprehensive energy base of 10 kilowatt level in China.
The total investment of the project exceeds 40 billion yuan, with a planned total installed capacity of 6 million kW, including 4.5 million kW of wind power and 1.5 million kW of photovoltaic power. The annual generation of clean energy electricity will exceed 14 billion KWH, equivalent to saving 4.2 million tons of standard coal and reducing 11 million tons of carbon dioxide. The project will be completed and put into operation in the middle of the 14th Five-Year Plan together with the whole project of Gansu Electric Co., LTD., which will effectively help the implementation of the national dual-carbon strategy. Editor/Xu Shengpeng