[Zhejiang Thermal Power and Longji Green Energy sign Egypt project] Recently, during SNEC Exhibition, China Energy Construction Group Zhejiang Thermal Power Construction Co., Ltd. and Longi Green Energy signed a 230MW module supply contract in Egypt. Both sides held a signing ceremony at Longi booth. Located 805 km south of Cairo and 78 km northwest of Aswan, Egypt, the project will have an installed capacity of 200MWac and a designed DC capacity of 230MW, together with a 220 kV grade booster station. The project is developed by ACWA power, China Power Engineering Consulting Group International Engineering Co., Ltd. and Zhejiang Thermal Power Construction Co., LTD. Longi will provide efficient and reliable PERC double-sided components for the project, which will be delivered within the year. The project is expected to meet the power needs of 130,000 households when completed. Editor/Xue Ma
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  • 2024.06.13 17:51
  • [Junda shares plans to build a 10GW photovoltaic project in Oman]
  • On June 13, 2024, Hainan Junda New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. issued an announcement that the company and the Oman Investment Authority jointly signed the "Investment Intention Agreement". The company plans to invest in Oman to build an annual production capacity of 10GW high-efficiency photovoltaic cells. The investment amount of the project is about US$700 million. The project will be implemented in two phases, 5GW each. Editor/Zhao E
  • 2024.06.13 17:48
  • [Indonesia: By 2028, the installed capacity of rooftop PV will reach 5.7GW]
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