Asia’s Largest HCPV Plant Powers Up in Taiwan
Asia’slargest high-concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) power plant has beenpowered up in Taiwan, and it is expected to save up to 700 tons of CO2emissions per year.
Established by the Institute of Nuclear EnergyResearch, the power plant sits on a two-hectare site and is capable ofproducing over 100MW of clean renewable power annually. Theplant features 141 solar panels with solar tracker technology, whichconcentrates solar lenses toward the sun, making the panels moreefficient. Southern Taiwan receives more than 300 days of sunlightannually, making it an ideal place to harvest renewable energy.
Via: The China Post
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