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Promote the development and utilization of wind energy and solar energy in rural areas


       Recently, Qingyuan Science and Technology has reported frequent successes. Following the 77MW ground tracking project in Kampong Chhnang Province, Cambodia, Qingyuan Technology once again won the 113MW ground tracking project in Myanmar. This project is the largest tracking photovoltaic power station in Myanmar so far. After it is completed and connected to the grid, it will greatly improve the current situation of power shortage in the local area and in Myanmar, and play an important role in promoting the local economic development.

       Qingyuan Technology actively assisted Myanmar to build a milestone project of a large energy base, providing the project with a 113MW Yijie Hercules digital intelligent tracking photovoltaic installation solution. The project has 4 installation sites with a total installed capacity of 148MW, of which the installed capacity of the tracking system is 113MW. The dual-glass module + tracking support configuration is adopted, and the high-efficiency high-power + intelligent combination makes the power station safe, reliable, and efficient in power generation, and solves the power shortage problem in Myanmar.


The project is located in a hilly area with relatively undulating terrain. According to the actual situation and the arrangement of components, the unique joint design of EzTracker meets the requirements of the project to adapt to the slope. The whole project uses both single-point drive EzTracker D2P and multi-point drive EzTracker D2P 120, which can maintain excellent aerodynamic stability in extreme weather and can be flexibly applied to various geological and climatic conditions.
EasyJet Hercules Digital Smart Photovoltaic Tracking System adopts AI smart tracking algorithm to generate efficient and stable power generation. Equipped with SCADA, a clean source tracking monitoring and data acquisition system, which can automatically supervise and control all elements in the production process of the power station, collect and analyze data, predict failures and provide operation and maintenance suggestions, and realize comprehensive perception, collaborative optimization and scientific decision-making of the power station, etc. The goal is to help the intelligent operation and maintenance of photovoltaic power plants.


In the future, Qingyuan Technology will give full play to its technological advantages and actively promote the application of digital smart photovoltaic tracking systems in Myanmar's photovoltaic power plants, making greater contributions to Myanmar's new energy development and electricity demand.

Promote the development and utilization of wind energy and solar energy in rural areas

2023-06-07


Recently, Qingyuan Science and Technology has reported frequent successes. Following the 77MW ground tracking project in Kampong Chhnang Province, Cambodia, Qingyuan Technology once again won the 113MW ground tracking project in Myanmar. This project is the largest tracking photovoltaic power station in Myanmar so far. After it is completed and connected to the grid, it will greatly improve the current situation of power shortage in the local area and in Myanmar, and play an important role in promoting the local economic development.

Growth rate of solar and wind energy

2023-06-07


Recently, the ground photovoltaic power station project of Qingyuan Technology has blossomed everywhere. Following the landing of two large ground power stations in Cambodia and Myanmar, the 200MW ground photovoltaic power station project in Bingpo, Xinping County, Yuxi, Yunnan Province officially started construction. The project is located near Mosha Town, Xinping Yi and Dai Autonomous County, Yuxi City, Yunnan Province, with a planned installed capacity of 200MW and an area of ​​about 3,000 mu.

2022 China Wind and Solar Resources Yearly Bulletin

2023-06-07


On April 4th, at a press conference held by the China Meteorological Administration, the "2022 China Wind and Solar Energy Resources Annual Bulletin" (hereinafter referred to as the "Buzzard") was officially released. The Bulletin was compiled by the Wind and Solar Energy Center of the China Meteorological Administration, which comprehensively analyzed the national wind and solar energy resources in 2022 and the changes relative to the average resources in the past 10 and 30 years.