Shigatse solar power station in Tibet starts operation

16:32, July 06, 2011      

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Photo, taken on July 5, 2011, shows the array of solar photovoltaic power generation panels in Shigatse, Tibet. The first phase of the Shigatse Solar Photovoltaic Power Station has been completed and linked to the Central Tibet grid on July 5. The annual energy output of the power station is 20 million kilowatt hours, which can meet the power requirement of one 100,000 people in Shigatse.



Photo, taken on July 5, 2011, shows the array of solar photovoltaic power generation panels in Shigatse, Tibet. The first phase of the Shigatse Solar Photovoltaic Power Station has been completed and linked to the Central Tibet grid on July 5. The annual energy output of the power station is 20 million kilowatt hours, which can meet the power requirement of one 100,000 people in Shigatse.


 
 
     
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
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