Clenergy celebrates Guyang 20MW solar park’s successful grid connection

Clenergy's 20MW photovoltaic power station successfully connected on December 28 to the grid in Guyang, Inner Mongolia, capping months of hard work.

Clenergy's 20MW photovoltaic power station successfully connected on December 28 to the grid in Guyang, Inner Mongolia, capping months of hard work.


The program is expected to generate approximately 32m KW in the first year with an installed capacity of 20 MW, saving 8,700 tons of standard coal and reducing 43,300 tons of CO2.

Clenergymade concerted efforts in partnership with the project's stakeholders to overcomehash weatheranda tight supply chain schedule in order to finish the programon time. "It could not have been done without our cooperation and teamwork and the support of our partners,"saidDaniel Hong, President of Clenergy.

In the span of 100 days and in the face of blizzards and bitter cold,the Clenergy team completed the 20MW photovoltaic power station. The project is a significant stepfor Clenergy's PV program, following the 30MW PV project in Zhongwei, Ningxia, and the 7.6MW distributive PV program in Chuzhou, Anhui.

With a new year upon us, Clenergy will spare no efforts for a brighter future.

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