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CGN Delingha 50MW Thermal Oil Parabolic Trough project

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   2018-2-26


 Project Schedule


● November 2017, 90% of solar field completed; 

● April 2016, HTF & TES started contruction;

● July 2014, broke ground officially;

● February 2013, approved by the local Qinghai Province government;

● July 2012, signed MoU with Asian Development Bank on CSP project;

● April 2012, CGN Delingha Solar Energy Co., Ltd built CSP technology demonstration base;


  Progress expectation:


● March 2018,connected to the grid.


 Project Overview


CGN Solar Delingha 50MW parabolic trough CSP plant is among China 1st batch of 20 pilot CSP projects and leading the construction progress. With total investment of RMB 1.938 billion, the project is equipped with 9 hours molten salt thermal energy storage. Once completed, CGN Solar Delingha 50MW parabolic trough CSPplant will be the first commercial parabolic trough project, and the first operational pilot CSP project in China.


Basic information

Location

West exit solar energy industrial parks, Delingha, Qinghai province

Occupied area

2.5 km2

Investment

1.94 billion RMB

Life cycle
25 years
Natural gas consumption9%
Heat transfer fluid type
High temperature heat transfer boiler
Thermal enery storage
Molten salt,9h
Thermal enery storage modemixed nitrate
Collector technology
Euro Trough 150
# of Loops190
Per loop length600 m
Annual generating capacity225 million kwh
Annual water consumption800,000 ton(water cooling)











Project Participants

                                                 

Product/Service

Company

Basic engineering

TSK Energy  Solution

Solar field detailed engineering

TSK Energy  Solution

Technology  Provider of Euro Trough

Schlaich Bergermann Partner

Feasibility study

NWEPDI Northwest  Electric Power Design Institute 

Owner’s Engineer

AF Consult

Solar field EPC

Beijing Shouhang  IHW Energy Saving & SEPCOII

HTF&TES EPC

Shandong Sunway  Petrochemical Engineering Co., Ltd

Basic and detailed design of the thermal energy stroage system
IDOM

Power block EPC

NWEPDI Northwest  Electric Power Design Institute

Reflector

Rioglass

Receiver tube

Rioglass

HTF

Solutia

Sodium nitrate

Xinjiang Nitre  Potash Co., Ltd.

Potassium nitrate

Wentong

HTF pump

Sulzer

Molten  Salt pump

Sulzer

Turbine

Dongfang Turbine

Oil-water heat exchanger

Harbin Turbine

Molten-Salt heat  exchanger

Wuxi Chemical Equipment, Co., Ltd

                                                                                                                                                                                     

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