POWERWAY to BUILD THE WORLD'S LARGEST ROOF SOLAR POWER STATION

The 30MW roof PV power generation project, the biggest roof solar power station project, is being built by Powerway in Yulin City Guangxi Province, on February 16, 2012. This solar roof will become the world's largest roof building integrated solar power system.

The 30MW roof PV power generation project, the biggest roof solar power station project, is being built by Powerway in Yulin City Guangxi Province, on February 16, 2012. This solar roof will become the world's largest roof building integrated solar power system. The total investment of the project is about 400 million RMB, it will generate 38 million kilowatt hours per year and its 25 years of rooftop solar power could be generating 950 million kilowatt hours, equivalent to saving 35.5 million tons of coal.


Powerway, China's leading provider of infrastructure for solar power systems and professional solar farm builder, is selected to design and supply a customized racking solution for this 30MW roof project. Powerway considering the preassembling, a 100% waterproof design, and, more importantly, the design of the clamping against the roofing, Powerway engineered an unprecedented and innovative series of solutions for the different types of metal sheet roofing, thus ensuring 100% safety and realizing the maximum economic benefit.

The project, which includes a 25MW metal sheet roof sub-project and 5MW concrete flat roof sub-project, will be completed and put into usage at the end of June.
Read more from: http://www.pvpowerway.com/en/metal-sheet/

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