Qinghai Gonghe Photovoltaic Project is a large-scale photovoltaic power plant project located in Gonghe County, Qinghai Province, Western China. The power station is invested and constructed by China Power Construction Group Co., Ltd., which is the company's largest photovoltaic power station project so far.
Located in Gonghe County, Hainan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, the project covers an area of about 25 square kilometers and plans to install more than 20 million solar panels with a total installed capacity of 2,000 megawatts. The project uses monocrystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and polycrystalline silicon photovoltaic modules, and is one of the most technologically advanced power stations.
The construction period of the project is from 2016 to 2017, with a total investment of about 12 billion yuan. During the construction of the power station, PowerChina adopted advanced technology and equipment, which improved construction efficiency, reduced costs, and created a number of domestic records.
After the project is completed, it will be able to meet the electricity demand of about 200,000 local households and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by about 240,000 tons per year. In addition, the project will also promote local economic development and improve the living standards of local residents.
In general, the Qinghai Gonghe photovoltaic project is a technologically advanced and large-scale photovoltaic power station project that will bring great benefits to the local people and the environment.
Qinghai Gonghe Photovoltaic Project uses the following types of photovoltaic trackers:
Flat single-axis tracker: This tracker is mainly suitable for ground-fixed photovoltaic power plants, which can maximize the use of solar energy and increase the power generation of the power plant.
Oblique single-axis tracker: This tracker is suitable for sites with large south and southeast angles, and can increase the power generation of the power station.
Dual-axis tracker: This tracker can realize all-round tracking, is suitable for sites with various orientations, can maximize the use of solar energy, and increase the power generation of the power station.
In general, the Qinghai Gonghe photovoltaic project uses a variety of photovoltaic trackers, which can maximize the use of solar energy and improve the power generation and operation and maintenance efficiency of the power station.