In Weifang, Shandong, China, the construction of the first phase of the Weijing New Energy Agricultural Photovoltaic Integration Project (hereinafter referred to as "Weijing Project") has been completed and will be connected to the grid soon. This project is so far the largest HJT power station in China, with an installed capacity of 50MW, all of which use Huasun's Himalaya G12 series of high-efficient HJT solar module.
Weifang is an important base of production, processing and export of agricultural products in China. In recent years, the city has actively implemented the "dual carbon" strategy, and vigorously developed the "agricultural and photovoltaic complementary" project. Through " power generation via panels and planting under panels", it will make the countryside greener and bring more income to farmers.
The Weijing project site is an agricultural wasteland to be developed, with a flat and open terrain, covering a total area of about 1.16 square kilometers. After completion, it is planned to cultivate economic crops with local characteristics under the PV panels to realize the mutual benefit of PV power generation and agricultural development.
The project used the key product launched this year - Himalaya G12-132 modules. The maximum power is 700w solar power system, and the bifaciality exceeds 85%, which can bring more power generation. Advanced encapsulation technology and high-quality emcapsulate materials enable Huasun's HJT modules with higher water vapor resistance performance, and the double-glass structure fundamentally eliminates PID phenomenon. The 30-year power warranty can guarantee customers with more effective energy yield.
According to calculations, after the first phase of the project connecting to the grid, the average annual power generation of the projects will reach about 64 million kWh, about 6% to 8% higher than the power plants using PERC bifacial modules in the same capacity, which can realize annual income increase of about 1.5 million yuan. The green power will save 25,000 tons of standard coal and reduce 63,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year and will create significant ecological benefits simultaneously.