Polaris solar PV net news: on December 2, the paper giant APP (China) and new energy in Jiangsu Sheng Ding signed a strategic cooperation agreement, plans to use the plant’s existing plant to their rooftop PV power generation projects, more than 200 megawatts in total capacity. The entire project with a total investment of nearly 2 billion yuan, and will overwrite the APP (China) is located in Jiangsu, Guangxi and Hainan, the 8 plants, the planning area of 4 million square meters of solar PV panels needed. It is estimated that the project is completed, when you will be able to achieve annual power generation capacity of 200 million-kilowatt, compared with thermal power plant of the same capacity, annual savings of more than 80,000 tons of standard coal, reducing greenhouse gas emissions of more than 300,000 tons, save the 17,000 tons of sulfur dioxide.
Previously, the province’s largest rooftop photovoltaic power generation project in the Suzhou Industrial Park gold Hong ye paper group grid power. The project is in the APP (China) Sheng Ding construction in new energy cooperation, subsidiary of gold Hong ye paper nearly 300,000 square meters of steel factory roof construction of solar PV power plant model, when the annual power generation capacity of 20 million-kilowatt, to meet the annual electricity consumption of one-fifth. Gold leaf is one of the largest domestic paper production and sales companies in Asia, its brands include wind, Wei Jie ya. As a leader in green paper, its rooftop PV projects with a total investment of over 200 million Yuan 25 when the total generating capacity will be more than 500 million-kilowatt can save 170,000 tons of standard coal and reduce 580,000 tons and 30,000 tons of sulfur dioxide emissions carbon dioxide. According to the Suzhou Industrial electricity prices, about 7 years to recover costs.
In addition to gold leaf project, APP (China) is located in Zhenjiang jindong paper has officially started the factory roof PV power generation projects in the near future.
Original title: paper giant invested 2 billion building rooftop PV power station