Thursday, September 15, 2011

China solar energy generation boost

Thursday, September 15, 2011

HONG KONG, Aug 26 Bernama)-China has a target 1 million kilowatts create concentrated solar power (CSP) by 2015, a plan which showed Government Friday as part of efforts to extend the use of alternative energy sources set.

Powered by commodity prices and concerns over air pollution, China has aggressively in the field of renewable energy invested, South of Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported.

According to the Chinese Government the development blueprint for the period 2011-2015 is the land of CSP plants in four Bezirken--autonomous region set up internal Mongolia, Gansu and Shinjang Uyghur of autonomous region of Tibet.

CSP plants produce electricity by converting the energy of the Sun in high-temperature heat with different mirror configurations. The heat is then channeled through a conventional generator.

The Chinese Government is planning to expand its CSP capacity to 3 million kilowatts by 2020.

Recently, China has developed world's dominant player of solar energy. Solar one, based many of the largest solar panel manufacturers in the world, like Suntech, Trina solar and Hanwha in China.

The world market led the low cost of Chinese solar panels it by almost 40 percent 2010 from almost zero in 2005.

The growth in the Chinese solar industry is to support the policy of the Government, due to low labour and cost of capital and aggressive competition.

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