Light & Hope Energy, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance photovoltaic products, announced that it has provided all PERC modules for a 32MW solar + storage facility. The facility is one of the largest photovoltaic power stations in Hokkaido and has been successfully connected to the grid. The project represents an innovative large-scale application of photovoltaic and energy storage technologies and marks an important milestone in promoting the development of renewable energy in the region.
The project is located in Tsubetsu, off the coast of Hokkaido. The region's cold, windy climate and extreme weather conditions place high performance requirements on solar cell modules. The mono PERC module provided by Light & Hope Energy for this project has excellent mechanical load performance, can be in the temperature range of -40 ° C and + 85 ° C, and in extreme environments (such as strong wind pressure, low temperature and snowy conditions. Excellent resistance to The salt and alkali properties enable solar cell modules to provide strong guarantees for the stable performance of solar power stations in coastal areas and high returns on power generation. The plant is expected to generate 30 million kilowatt-hours of energy production each year and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 24,180 tons per year.
The solar-plus-storage power station is equipped with a 10,445kWh battery that is self-regulating to ensure stable operation of the power plant during peak and off-peak hours. At the same time, the energy storage system can adjust the power output through the intelligent control system according to the local electricity demand, further reducing energy consumption and maximizing investment returns.