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Chinese Demonstration Project Short List Finally Being Released , All You Want Is Here ! !

In September 14th, the National Energy Administration officially released the “Chinese 1 GW Demonstration Project Short List”, with total installed capacity of 1GW, including 9 tower plants, 7 parabolic trough plants and 4 Fresnel plants. a total of 20 projects in the short list of the first batch of China CSP demonstration projects.

According to the FIT policy with RMB 1.15/kWh(about 172 USD/MWh) released by the National Development and Reform Commission, only those being completed before December 31,2018 could enjoy this benchmark price, due to China’s geographical situation and other conditions, actual plant construction time can be very limited, that means from this moment, all these projects will start or accelerate the development and construction process. Any experienced enterprises from home and abroad are welcomed to participate in this huge market. Please feel free to contact us for more project information.

Hereby notify the short list of the 20 projects ;

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  1. First of all I would like to welcome the NEA demonstration projects list release. Now we have to start working hard to execute these projects.
    Unfortunately, it seems that the project developers are over optimistic about their plants expected performance. There is no way the listed projects can achieve sun-to-power yearly conversion efficiencies of more than 15.5%. Most of the sites have DNI less than 1,900 kwh/m2/year and part of such DNI can not be use since it hourly value is too low.
    The shown “commitment” is unrealistic and the actual performance will be much lower. The result will be demonstration failure.
    No one of the plants in operation today in the world are showing such performance even so they are located on sites with very high DNI (2,200 – 3,000)

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