This was the first foreign photovoltaic power station project we worked on. After being put into operation, the average annual electricity output is 2,668,900 KWH, and the annual savings compared to coal is 10,67.55 tons, and the reduction of carbon dioxide is 2,660.87 tons.
The project adopts BIPV (Building-integrated photovoltaics) technology to replace the traditional tempered glass on greenhouse rooftop with transparent solar cell modules. Using solar light energy, solar radiation is divided into plant light energy and power generation light energy: it not only meets the needs of plant growth, but also realizes photoelectric conversion. The project was fully commissioned in September 2017.
Jinghua avenue is the key road of economic development zone and Dongfanghong road is the key road of Dezhou city. The two main roads are equipped with our patented product: JYNL-047 rhombic solar street lamp. The lamp panel is composed of six rhombic components of the flower-shaped square, the shape of two lamp arms looks like two crossed hands holding a flower. The lamp is so graceful that is authorized by the 4th World Sun City Conference as the designated product of "The 4th World Sun City Conference".
This project takes advantage of the region's rich solar energy resources by adopting a small centralized ground-based photovoltaic power station. Through the development of solar energy resources, this region realized new energy utilization, energy conservation and emission reduction.
The project is designed, produced and installed by us. The project has passed the acceptance inspection at one time in 2013. We choose polycrystalline silicon solar cell modules with high conversion rate, which can not only generate electricity for own use, but also can supply surplus electricity to the grid every day.
We undertook the solar street lighting project of station square and 5 main roads in May 2011. We adopted a solar lamp instead of ordinary LED streetlamp to effectively prevent the problem of leakage caused by urban grid layout and construction, which guarantees the power safety of high-speed railway stations.
In the area where the project is located, there is a lack of major power generation equipment, and the extension of the main power network cannot reach, resulting in a shortage of power for banks in the region. In 2017, we designed and installed 12KW off-grid photovoltaic power stations for 57 banks in the region.
Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is adopted for this project. They are not only used as the outer layer of a structure, but also generate electricity for on-site use or export to the grid. BIPV system provides savings in materials and electricity costs, and adds to the architectural appeal of a building. It was completely put into use in March 2010.
Located in the economic and technological development zone, this road is a high traffic street, which has high requirements on the brightness and duration of light. We are fully responsible for the design, production, installation and debugging of solar streetlights on the road. The light source adopts efficient LEDs, which can ensure the brightness of the road and even illumination. The project went into operation at the end of 2011.