Light & Hope Energy announced that it has provided all solar cell modules for the 4.14MW coastal photovoltaic project. The project is part of an effort to achieve zero net electricity costs, which is of great significance for promoting the development of new energy in Australia.
South Australian Water operates more than 27,000 kilometers of water pipelines and provides water services to 1.7 million customers in South Australia. South Australian water companies have the highest energy consumption in the state, so the electricity bills that come with it are also high. Light & Hope Energy's photovoltaic modules will be used in SA Water's Hope Valley water treatment plant, Glenelg wastewater treatment plant and Christies Beach wastewater treatment plant's photovoltaic power plants to provide reliable and clean energy for the safe transportation of clean drinking water and Sewage treatment. Wastewater. The project is being constructed by Enerven Energy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SA Power Networks. The company's rich industry experience and high attention to quality provide a guarantee for the successful completion of the project.
The seasonal temperature of South Australia varies greatly, and there are strict requirements for the performance of photovoltaic modules, including resistance to saline and alkali, high temperature and extreme cold resistance. Light & Hope Energy PV modules have excellent corrosion resistance and PID The resistance performance provides a strong guarantee for ensuring the stability of the power plant system and optimizing power generation.