The world’s highest-altitude photovoltaic project has been launched on China’s Qinghai-Tibet Platea

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The world’s highest-altitude photovoltaic project has been launched on China’s Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, marking an important milestone in the development of renewable energy.

The 900-megawatt Photovoltaic Systems in northwestern China’s Qinghai province officially came into operation on Sunday. The project covers an area of ​​2,550 acres and is expected to generate approximately 1.25 billion kilowatt hours per year, enough to meet the power needs of more than 200,000 households.

The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, with its high altitude and abundant sunlight, is an ideal location for solar energy production. The plateau’s unique geographical conditions, including clear skies and low air humidity, create the perfect environment for solar power generation.

The launch of this large-scale Pv Generation System demonstrates China’s commitment to increasing renewable energy production capacity. In recent years, China has committed to reducing carbon emissions and combating climate change, investing heavily in solar and wind power projects.

The completion of the 900-MW Solar Project Solutions is an important step towards China’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2060. It is also consistent with China’s commitment to peak carbon emissions in 2030 and increase the proportion of non-fossil fuels in primary energy. Consumption reaches 25%.

In addition to the environmental benefits, the distributed Generation Solar is expected to create jobs and stimulate economic growth in the region. The construction of the photovoltaic power plant has already provided employment opportunities for local residents and is expected to continue to support the local economy through the operation and maintenance of the facility.

The launch of the 900-megawatt photovoltaic project on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is a major achievement in the development of renewable energy in our country. It embodies the country’s commitment to sustainable and clean energy and sets a new standard for large-scale solar power projects around the world.

Post time: Dec-05-2023