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Supcon Delingha 50MW Molten Salt Tower CSP Project

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   2018-3-08


 Project Schedule


  ● March 25th, 2018, return to work on the project construction after the freezing cold winter.   New!      

  ● Nov, 2017, civil engineering construction completed; thermal energy tank completed;

  ● September, 2017, the detailed design finished; main equipment procurement finished

  ● April, 2017, field leveling work started; tank & central receiver construction started;

  ● October 25th, 2016, officially announced the start of construction work;


  Progress expectation:


● March, 2018, steel structure construction to be completed; major equipment to be installed in place in addition to steam generator;

● June, 2018, tower completed;

● August, 2018, solar field completed;

● October, 2018, all project installation to be finished and start commissioning;

December, 2018, to be connected to the grid;

February, 2019, trial operation to be stable.

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 Project Overview


Supcon Delingha 50MW Molten Salt Tower CSP Project is one of the 1st batch of 20 pilot CSP projects in China. It is located at the west exit of Delingha in Qinghai Province. The project is developed by Supcon Solar company and the investment of this plant is expected to be CNY 1.05 billion. Supcon solar use its own Tower CSP technology in this project.


On October 25, 2016, Supcon Delingha 50MW Molten Salt Tower CSP Project was officially launched. This is the first CSP project that was officially announced starting construction after the launch of FiT for the first batch of CSP pilot projects in China.


Basic information

Location

Delingha City, Qinghai Province

Capacity

50MW

Annual generating capacity

146,000 MWh/yr (Expected)

Solar field area

542700m2

Heliostats quantity

27135

Tower height

180m

Cooling method

water cooling

Storage Capacity

7h

Receiver inlet temperature

Molten Salt 290℃

Receiver outlet temperature

Molten Salt 565℃

Output Type

Steam Rankine


Project Participants

                                         

Equipment Name

Vendor/Bidder

Slewing Drive (partial)

Sunslew

Molten salt heat absorption system

HANGZHOU BOLIER GROUP CO., LTD.

Steam generator

Hangzhou Steam Turbine Co., Ltd.

Tracking system Reducer (13000sets)

Jiangyin Huafang New Energy Co., Ltd.

Electricity contractor

STATE GRID QINGHAI ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY


Steam generator:

Bidders: Shandong Jinan Power Equipment Factory Co., Ltd, DONGFANG TURBINE CO., LTD, Hangzhou Steam Turbine Co., Ltd, Harbin Turbine Co., Ltd

Contractor: Hangzhou Steam Turbine Co., Ltd.

                                                                                                                                                                           

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