SPIC and SUNGROW strengthen cooperation in energy storage and hydrogen

SPIC and SUNGROW strengthen cooperation in energy storage and hydrogen

In a recent announcement, SPIC and SUNGROW expressed intentions to further strengthen and expand global strategic cooperation, deepen joint innovation in the fields of solar power, wind power, energy storage and hydrogen production, and actively explore new business models in the energy field such as green certificates, carbon trading, and blockchain. (SUNGROW)

Shandong and Shanxi now require energy storage system bundling for new solar subsidy auction projects

Shandong and Shanxi now require energy storage system bundling for new solar subsidy auction projects

On June 5, State Grid Shandong issued an Opinion on the Solar Subsidy Auction Projects in 2020 declaring grid capacity to accommodate these new projects, but at the same time emphasizing that participating projects must promise to plan and construct bundled energy storage systems scaled at 20% of the total solar project capacity with a 2-hour charging time.

NEA releases 2020 Renewable Portfolio Standards

NEA releases 2020 Renewable Portfolio Standards

After monitoring, evaluating, and analyzing the results of 2019’s national renewable energy power development, the NEA and power grid companies have calculated and released the RPS (Renewable Portfolio Standard) for 2020. (NEA)

2020 Non-hydro RPS

Shanxi abandons 900MW of onshore wind projects

Shanxi abandons 900MW of onshore wind projects

By the end of April, the Shanxi Energy Bureau had revoked approval documents dated from 2015 to 2018 representing 900MW of onshore wind capacity.

Mingyang and CRRC launch Asia’s most powerful semi-direct drive permanent magnet generator

Mingyang and CRRC launch Asia’s most powerful semi-direct drive permanent magnet generator

On June 3, the 10MW semi-direct drive permanent magnet generator (PMG) manufactured by CRRC Yongji Electric Company was successfully launched in Dongying, Shandong Province.

2GW of wind and solar projects receive deadline extensions for grid adaptability testing

2GW of wind and solar projects receive deadline extensions for grid adaptability testing

On June 2, the North China Energy Regulatory Bureau of the National Energy Administration of the People’s Republic of China released the first batch of clean energy projects that received a 60-day extension to meet the grid connection deadline, considering construction projects have fallen behind schedule due to the outbreak of COVID-19.

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