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1365 receiver tubes sent to China CNNC Royal Tech Urad 100MW parabolic trough CSP project

2017.12.07     From: CSP Focus 光略咨询

China CNNC Royal Tech Urad 100MW parabolic trough CSP project in Inner Mongolia is among the 1st batch of 20 pilot CSP projects which were announced last September.




Recently, the 1st batch of 1365 high temperature vacuum receiver tubes have been sent from Royal Tech Changzhou factory to the Inner Mongolia CSP plant site. The Changzhou factory is ready for offering receiver tubes both for the Urad 100MW plant and the other Yumen 50MW CSP project. 35,000 tubes have been produced now, and the 2nd production base with annual output of 240,000 is also under construction.
 


Till now, 95% of the field leveling work has been finished. The foundation installation of the 20,000 square meters workshop has been completed and structure would be installed by December.
 


Following CGN Delingha 50MW parabolic trough CSP project, the CNNC Royal Tech Urad 100MW project is developed smoothly among the total 7 pilot parabolic trough CSP pilot projects.

Construction started in April and feasibility study finished in November, the CNNC Royal Tech Urad 100MW parabolic trough CSP project is expected to have main plant construction complete by July 2018, and step into commissioning stage and be connected to the grid in October, 2018.

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Some of the project players include:
●    China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC)
    Royal Tech CSP Limited
    North China Power Engineering Co., Ltd. of China Power Engineering Consulting Group (NCPE)
    China Power Engineering Consulting Group (CPECC)
    China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC), to act as the EPC contractor
     * consorted with China Energy Engineering Group Heilongjiang Electric Power Design Co., Ltd and Ingeteam Power Technology S.A. (Ingeteam power plant business unit has been acquired by TSK)
    Siemens, China, to provide steam generator

 


Located in the Middle Banner of Urad, Inner Mongolia, the project covers an area of 490 hectares. With DNI of 2000kWh/m2/yr, the total annul power generation of the project is predicted to be 350 million. The project is designed to be equipped with one 100MW CSP air condensing generator unit and temporarily deploys 10 hours’ molten salt thermal energy storage system.

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