Hunan has suspended approval of new centralized solar projects (6MW and above) due to solar grid parity capacity exceeding the year’s limit, based on data released by the grid companies.
In May, Huaneng Shandong Bandaonan 4# received its site selection approval documents.
The Poverty Alleviation Office of the State Council and the National Energy Administration recently jointly issued the “Notice on Incorporating Photovoltaic Poverty Alleviation Projects into the National Scale”.
The Inner Mongolia Power Group has recently announced that there will be enough capacity to connect 1GW of wind and 2GW of solar in 2020.
Struck by the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire supply chain and construction of offshore wind in China are facing risks of missing the 2021 grid-connection deadline (see Azure news COVID-19’s impact on Chinese offshore wind takes spotlight at 2020 Global Offshore Wind Summit).
The State Grid Corporation of China has announced that 68.5GW of grid power consumption capacity will be added to the regions under SGCC’s business administration to accommodate newly installed wind and solar capacity in 2020.