[CNOOC Rim Bohai New Energy Co., Ltd. was unveiled and established] Recently, CNOOC Bohai New Energy Co., Ltd., wholly-owned by CNOOC (China) Co., Ltd., received its business license from the Management Committee of Tianjin Port Free Trade Zone, and CNOOC Bohai New Energy Co., Ltd. officially settled in Tianjin Port Free Trade Zone. On March 21, Wang Dongjin, secretary of the party group and chairman of CNOOC, attended the unveiling ceremony of CNOOC Bohai Rim New Energy Co., Ltd., marking that CNOOC has opened a new chapter in accelerating the layout of new energy industries in the Bohai Rim region. Wang Dongjin pointed out that the current global new round of technological revolution, industrial revolution and energy revolution is booming, and the energy industry is accelerating towards low-carbon, diversified and intelligent development. General Secretary Xi Jinping attaches great importance to dual-carbon work and low-carbon energy development, and has delivered important speeches and instructions many times. In the report of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the general secretary once again emphasized the need to actively and steadily promote carbon peaking and carbon neutrality, and "deeply promote the energy revolution" as an important measure to achieve the "double carbon" goal. Editor / Zhao E
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  • [South Africa: Install 18GW of renewable energy generation projects by 2030]
  • South Africa is one of the best places in the world to develop photovoltaic projects due to its abundant photovoltaic power resources. The country has set a target of installing 18GW of renewable energy generation facilities by 2030, and photovoltaic systems are expected to make up a large part of that target. The South African Government's Renewable Energy Independent Generator Procurement Program (REIPPP) has been successful in attracting investment and supporting the development of photovoltaic projects in the country. The Renewable Energy Independent Generator Procurement Program (REIPPP) launched its sixth bid window in April 2022. The goal is to add 2,600MW of renewable energy to South Africa's energy mix. Meanwhile, South Africa's national energy regulator NERSA approved the establishment of 15 independent power generators in May 2022 and June 2022. Editor/Xu Shengpeng
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  • [Wind power system has become the second largest power source in Yunnan]
  • Recently, new energy projects in Yunnan have been put into operation and connected to the grid smoothly. The power generation in Yunnan has reached a new high. At present, the installed wind power system has reached 11.21 million kW, becoming the second largest power source in Yunnan after hydropower. The energy authorities of Yunnan Province will further standardize the competition and distribution of photovoltaic resources in the province, strengthen factor guarantee, and coordinate and promote the synchronous construction of source network projects. We will ensure that 7 million kW will be connected to the grid in the first half of 2023 and 15 million kW will be put into production within the year. Data show that in the first quarter of 2023, the average utilization hours of wind power equipment in Yunnan reached 914 hours, much higher than the national average level of 615 hours. In the first four months of this year, wind power generated 12.427 billion KWH, up 18.78% year on year, becoming the main source of incremental power in Yunnan Province. Yunnan Province has excellent wind energy resources. The wind resources are proportional to the altitude, and the wind speed, the average wind power density and the utilization hours in the upper altitude area all increase. Because most of the mountain Basi areas in Yunnan Province are between 1000m and 2000m above sea level, the high altitude downwind resources have a significant topographic effect, resulting in a higher utilization hours. Data show that the number of hours of wind power utilization in Yunnan ranks the top two in China all year round. Editor/Xu Shengpeng