Beijing time on October 17-18, the third “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum was held in Beijing, China. Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the forum, announcing China’s support for the high-quality construction of the “Belt and Road” eight actions. He also announced the signing of several photovoltaic cable power projects on the spot.
It was mentioned that China will increase its support for the “Belt and Road” International Alliance for Green Development.
It will continue to organize the “Belt and Road” Green Innovation Conference and build a dialogue and exchange mechanism for the photovoltaic power generation industry and a network of green and low-carbon experts.
It is expected that by 2030, 100,000 photovoltaic cable project personnel will be trained for partner countries.
China’s photovoltaic power generation industry has long been a global leader.
According to CPIA data, by the end of 2022, China’s global market share of silicon, silicon wafers, battery cells, and other cables commonly used components reached 86.95%, 97.90%, 86.69%, and 80.80% respectively.
Photovoltaic Cable Power Generation Project Organization
To actively utilize the green manufacturing advantages of Chinese photovoltaic enterprises and promote the energy transformation in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and the regions along the “Belt and Road”, China’s photovoltaic enterprises have been actively practicing the green manufacturing advantages of Chinese photovoltaic enterprises.
China’s PV enterprises have been practicing the “Belt and Road” initiative. During the Third “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum, more than 10 PV enterprises signed cooperation agreements with countries along the “Belt and Road”. During the Third “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum, more than 10 PV enterprises signed cooperation agreements with countries along the “Belt and Road”.
These include TCL Central, Trina Solar, Astronergy, JAO Technology, JinkoSolar, and centralized state-owned enterprises represented by the State Power Investment Corporation (SIPC), China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) and China Guangdong Nuclear Corporation (CGNPC), etc. They are also working with countries along the Belt and Road to strengthen electric power and energy cooperation, by signing contracts covering electric power, photovoltaic, wind power, and hydrogen energy.
Details of the signing of photovoltaic cable power generation enterprises
TCL and Vision Industries constructed a 20GW crystalline wafer project in Saudi Arabia
On October 18, TCL Azeus announced that the company and Vision Industries signed a Joint Development Agreement at the Third “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum held in China.
The two sides proactively promoted the construction plan of the crystal wafer project jointly built by the company and Vision Industries in Saudi Arabia.
To enhance the consensus and understanding between the two parties and realize the rapid implementation of the project.
The two sides clearly defined that the first phase of the project would have a design capacity of 20GW.
JinkoSolar Signs 3.8GW N-Type Module Agreement
At the Third “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum, JinkoSolar signed a 3.8GW PIF 3 project module agreement with ACWA Power (Saudi Arabia’s International Electricity and Water Company) to deepen the “Belt and Road” clean energy cooperation.
The project consists of two parts: 1,581MWp Al KAHFAH and 2,257MWp AR RASS 2.
JinkoSolar’s product offering is the high-efficiency N-Type TOPCon Tiger Neo module.
Relying on the N-Type TOPCon technology, this product features high power, high efficiency, high reliability, low attenuation, low-temperature coefficient, high double-sidedness, and excellent low-light and power generation performance, which will bring customers at least 3% power generation gain.
Especially in the climate conditions of the desert region of the Middle East, the excellent temperature coefficient and bifacial rate of the N-Type Tiger Neo modules will increase power generation and project return on investment.
Trina Solar to build its first PV cell and module base in Indonesia
At the 3rd “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum, Trina Solar, as a representative of Chinese enterprises, signed a China-Indonesia cooperation document with Indonesia to build the first photovoltaic cell and module production base in Indonesia.
On October 17, PLN released a statement saying that it had established a joint venture with Trina Solar, Sinar Mas, and Agra Surya Energi.
The two companies will build a solar photovoltaic plant at the Kendal Industrial Park in Central Java, Indonesia.
Trina Solar to Build Photovoltaic Cable Industry Chain Project in UAE
On October 18th, Trina Solar announced that it has entered into a joint venture with ADPorts CompanyPJSC (hereinafter referred to as “ADPorts”) and China Jiangsu Overseas Cooperation and Investment Co. (“ADPorts”), Jiangsu Overseas Cooperation and Investment Co.
The signing of the MOU aims to coordinate the resources of all parties, utilize the advantages of all parties, and support and promote the investment and construction of the Company’s vertically integrated large base project in the Middle East.
The planned capacity includes approximately 50,000 tons of high-purity silicon, 30GW of crystalline silicon wafers, and 5GW of cell modules, to be constructed in three phases. Jiangsu HIC assists Trina Solar in docking with UAE government departments and organizations to communicate and resolve project needs and seek preferential policy support.
The memorandum is a document of intent and does not need to be submitted to the Board of Directors or the General Meeting of the Company for consideration.
Astronergy’s 154MW+51MW International Photovoltaic Cable Turnkey Projects
At the “Belt and Road” Entrepreneurs’ Conference on the 17th, Lu Chuan, Chairman of China New Energy, and Adrien Joseph, CEO of INTEC Energy Solutions, signed an agreement on the spot.
This marks the full realization of international PV turnkey projects such as the 154MW project in Ratesti, Romania, and the 51MW project in Resko, Poland.
In this regard, Lu Chuan, Chairman of China New Energy, said that as “Belt and Road” countries, Romania and Poland, located in Central and Eastern Europe, have inherent advantages in the development of solar energy utilization.
Renewable energy plays an increasingly important role in their power supply structure, and the PV market is growing strongly, making it a key overseas market for Astronergy.
JA Solar Signs Module Supply Agreement for 40.5MW Project in Selous, Zimbabwe
At the Belt and Road Entrepreneurship Conference, JA Solar, as one of the representatives of the new energy industry, signed a module supply agreement for the 40.5MW phase 1 of the Selous PV power plant in Zimbabwe, supplying all of the high-efficiency modules for the project.
After the project is fully connected to the grid, it is expected to generate 103 million kWh of electricity annually, which will reduce Zimbabwe’s carbon emissions by 73,000 tons per year.
This will not only effectively improve the local power supply, but also benefit the local industrial and commercial development as well as the lives of the residents.
It can also promote the country’s energy structure adjustment and clean energy strategy transformation, and contribute to high-quality development.
CGNPC Signs Clean Energy Base Project in Northern Laos
At the conference, Yang Changli, Party Secretary and Chairman of China General Nuclear Corporation (CGNPC) attended the conference and witnessed the signing of the Memorandum of Further Deepening Cooperation between CGNPC and the Ministry of Energy and Minerals of Laos on the Clean Energy Base Project in Northern Laos.
According to the arrangement of the Memorandum of Cooperation, CGNPC will further increase the development of clean energy in the three northern provinces of Laos.
The memorandum aims to emphasize the follow-up of the Project Development Agreement (PDA) for the Phase I 1 Million Kilowatts Project of the Northern Laos Interconnected Clean Energy Base (NLICEB).
Further, deepen cooperation on the clean energy base project in the three northern provinces of Laos to better benefit the Lao people.
Together, we will build the three northern provinces into a clean energy demonstration province and a new high ground for development.
SINOMACH Signs Several Photovoltaic Projects
Zhang Xiaolun, Party Secretary and Chairman of SINOMACH, was invited to attend the conference.
Eight Chinese and foreign enterprise cooperation projects of the Group were signed during the forum, with a total signing amount of about 3.4 billion U.S. dollars.
The 8 signed projects are the Maputo Suspended Rail Transit Project in Mozambique, the Punta Vet International Airport Upgrade Project in Nicaragua, the DEWA VI PV Project in Dubai, the Guzar 350MW+62MWh PV and Energy Storage Project in Uzbekistan, Abuja Independent Power Generation Project in Nigeria, and Syrdaya, Mubazhak, Taklatosh, and Tulagogon PV Projects in Uzbekistan. Combined 183MW series PV project, 273MW PV project in Nukus, Uzbekistan, 472MW gas-fired combined cycle power plant project in Takkhatosh, Uzbekistan
China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) and Indonesia’s Widicel signed a cooperative project on nuclear technology application.
Mr. Yu Jianfeng, Secretary of the Party Group and Chairman of the Board of Directors of CNNC participated in the Belt and Road Entrepreneurs Conference and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on nuclear energy cooperation with Mr. Mirzamakhmudov, Minister of Energy of Uzbekistan.
China Baoyuan signed a nuclear technology application cooperation project with Indonesia’s Vidisek.
In addition, CNNC has several projects included in the results list of the Entrepreneurs’ Conference.
CNBM Signed 400 MW Photovoltaic Power Plant EPC Project + 10 MW Waste Heat Power Generation Project
Two overseas projects of CNBM were signed at the “Belt and Road” Entrepreneurs’ Conference as the key cooperation projects of “Belt and Road”.
The projects cover the provision of green new energy solutions and comprehensive utilization of energy.
One project is the construction of a 400 MW photovoltaic power plant in Poland under an EPC contract.
The other one is the construction of a 10 MW waste heat power generation project for the cement production line in Malaysia, both of which are green and low-carbon projects.
The above is a summary of the photovoltaic energy cable power generation projects at this conference, ZMS Cable as a professional cable industry-related person, is always concerned about cable international events.
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