Plans for 112 MW agrivoltaic project in China

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Delivery commitments and high-quality standards on the part of customers mean that more and more berries and other types of fruit are growing under the protection of films and nets. Agrivoltaics can replace some of these protective measures with permanent installations, while still generating electricity and providing additional income – even out of season.

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State-owned solar developer Beijing Energy International Holding has revealed plans for a 112 MW agricultural photovoltaic power project’ in China.

Beijing Energy International, formerly the privately-owned Panda Green, on Friday announced it had selected Nenggao Automation to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services on the agrivoltaic facility.

An update given by the developer to the Hong Kong stock exchange stated the project would be constructed in the city of Qixia, in the Yantai area of Shandong province.

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No completion date was given for the project, although Beijing Energy said the EPC contract would run for 412 days.

Beijing Energy International indirectly holds almost 14% of the equity of Nenggao Automation.

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