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Shouhang Dunhuang 100MW Molten Salt Tower CSP Project

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   2018-1-17


 Project Schedule


  ● On Nov, 4th, 2017, tower completed.   New!      

  ● On May, 13th, 2017, structural construction of administration building finished;

  ● In Nov, 2016, field leveling workstarted, core component procurement and main work construction began;

  ● On Nov, 9th, 2015,construction started;

  ● In 2014, project design began;


  Progress expectation:


● In Jan. 2018, solar field construction to be finished;

● In Mar. 2018, solar island to be finished;

● In June. 2018, steam generator to be installed;

● In Aug. 2018, to be connected to the grid.

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 Project Overview


Shouhang Dunhuang 100MW Molten Salt Tower CSP Plant(hereinafter referred to as “the project”) is one of the 1st batch of 20 pilot CSP projects in China and being developed with a steady progress. Belonging to the second phase of Shouhang’s Dunhuang CSP plan (Phase one 10MW completed), the project is the largest molten salt tower CSP plant during construction period in China and its equipped solar field will be the largest one in the world when it’s completed.


Basic information

Location

Solar Industry Park, inthe west of Qili Town, Dunhuang

Capacity

100MW

Investment

CNY 3 billion

Annual generating capacity

3500h

Solar field area

12, 300, 00 sq. m.(Over 12,000 heliostats; tower height: 263 meters)


Project Participants

 

Developer and investor: Beijing Shouhang IHW Resources Saving Technology Company Ltd (Shouhang)

In 2014, Shouhang started commercialized CSP project development and entered into scale industry stage. Shouhang devotes into systematic R&D of concentrator system, receiver, thermal energy storage system, heat exchange system and thermal electricity integration control system. By now, Shouhang successfully achieved small and middle size testing systems for tower, Parabolic Trough and dish CSP projects.

  Main participants and biding situation:


The main raw materials of the project are steel, aluminum product and glass, which are purchased from domestic suppliers by bidding. Core components as heliostat, control device, receiver and air cooling system are provided by Shouhang. Ensival Moret, Flowserve, GE, Siemens and Man are part of the key suppliers of the remaining equipment.                                                                                                                                                 

                                           

Equipment Name

Vendor/Bidder

Solar field & heliostat

Shouhang

Control system

Shouhang

Receiver

Shouhang

Steam generator

Designed  by Shouhang and produced by China

manufacturer

Storage and transport system of molten salt

Ensival  Moret(Purchased by Sulzer)、Flowserve

(Molten salt pump and value provider)

Salt dissolving equipment, Molten salt

Under Bidding

Turbine

GE\Siemens\MAN  

Air cooling system

Shouhang

Subsidiary facilities as electric and water  treatment

Under Bidding

Pressure sensor

Rocksensor

                                                                                                                                                                           

 Plant photos


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