50MW Fishing Solar Complementary Photovoltaic Power Station
Fishing solar complementary photovoltaic power station projects are a unique and innovative way to integrate renewable energy production with sustainable aquaculture. By combining these two industries, we can optimize land and water resources, conserve the environment, and generate green energy.
Fishing solar power stations, also known as floating solar farms or photovoltaics, are large-scale photovoltaic installations that float on bodies of water, such as lakes, ponds, reservoirs, or even the ocean. These installations consist of solar panels mounted on floating structures, which generate electricity that can be used to power various applications, including aquaculture facilities, homes, and businesses.
Our Project Overview
On the 29th day of September in the year 2021, a momentous event transpired: The 50 MW centralized solar energy facility, an ambitious endeavor by Jiangxi Ji’an Zhengwei technology, triumphantly passed grid-acceptance evaluations. As planned, grid-connected energy production commenced. This undertaking represents a synergistic alliance between Mindian Electric and Jiangxi Zhengwei Technology, with the latter providing financial backing.
Envisioned and contracted entirely by MOREDAY, the project seeks to deliver untainted, eco-friendly power to the inhabitants of the Ji’an region within Jiangxi Province. Concurrent explorations and construction work had their genesis in July 2021.
As the nation wrestles with the duality of energy control, carbon neutrality, and the formidable challenge of reaching peak carbon emissions, this solar energy endeavor serves to alleviate, to some extent, the electrical demands of the Ji’an locality.
In a time marred by recurrent domestic outbreaks, the stalwart team at Mindian Electric has exhibited unwavering dedication toward epidemic countermeasures. Surmounting innumerable hurdles, they have ensured an expeditious grid connection, a race against the clock to bring this project to fruition.
Benefits Of Fishing Solar Power Stations
Increased Energy Generation
Floating solar panels have an advantage over land-based solar installations due to their unique ability to utilize the cooling effect of water. Solar panels’ efficiency tends to decrease as temperatures rise. The water’s cooling effect helps maintain optimal operating temperatures, leading to increased energy generation.
By combining solar power generation with aquaculture, the fishing solar power station provides a sustainable solution for both industries. Aquaculture facilities can benefit from the clean energy generated by solar panels, reducing their reliance on fossil fuels and lowering their carbon footprint. At the same time, the shade provided by the solar panels can help reduce water evaporation and algal growth, improving water quality and creating a better environment for fish growth.
Floating solar panels reduce water evaporation by shading the water surface, minimizing water loss in reservoirs and ponds. This is particularly valuable in arid regions where water resources are scarce.
Land Utilization Efficiency
Fishing solar power stations can be installed on existing bodies of water, reducing the need for additional land resources. This makes them an ideal solution for densely populated or land-scarce regions, where land is often too valuable to be allocated solely for solar energy production.
Key Components Of Fishing Solar Power Stations
These are the solar panels themselves, which convert sunlight into electricity. They are typically made of crystalline silicon or thin-film materials and must be designed to withstand the unique challenges presented by the aquatic environment, such as constant moisture and potential corrosion.
Mounting systems are the structures that hold the solar panels in place on the water’s surface. They must be designed to float and remain stable, even in harsh weather conditions. Common materials used for mounting systems include high-density polyethylene (HDPE), which is lightweight, durable, and resistant to corrosion and UV radiation.
Inverters are used to convert the direct current (DC) electricity generated by the solar panels into alternating current (AC), which can be used to power homes and businesses. In fishing solar power stations, inverters may be placed on floating platforms or onshore, depending on the design and specific requirements of the project.
Monitoring And Control Systems
These systems help to ensure that the fishing solar power station operates efficiently and safely. They monitor various aspects of the installation, such as panel performance, energy generation, and environmental conditions, and can be used to identify and address potential issues before they become critical.
25 Years Of Total Power Generation
214820.41 Ten Thousand KWH
25 Years To Reduce Coal Use
25 Years Of Co2 Reduction
25 Years Of So2 Emission Reduction
25 Years Of Nitrogen Oxide Reduction
Fishing solar complementary photovoltaic power station projects offer a promising and innovative approach to renewable energy production and sustainable aquaculture. By harnessing the power of the sun and utilizing existing water resources, these installations provide numerous benefits, including increased energy generation, water conservation, and efficient land use. Despite the challenges associated with structural stability, environmental impact, and economic viability, ongoing advancements in technology and successful case studies demonstrate the potential for fishing solar power stations to play a significant role in the future of renewable energy and sustainable development.