Chinese Consortium, which was founded in 1996 by 14 Chinese enterprises to support SIP’s development, on Sept 25 launched a project at SIP-based electronic products company SYTECH to build an energy-saving and eco-friendly photovoltaic power generation, storage and supply system for the company.
The project, the first of its kind in SIP, will consist of a PV power station, a power storage unit and a number of charging piles for electronic vehicles. The power station is designed with an average annual generation capacity of about 3.2 million kWh to meet the company’s demand for power consumption. It will not only save the company energy cost, but also help reduce carbon emission by about 3,270 tons each year.
Chinese Consortium’s subsidiaries SIP Zhongxin Energy Development Co Ltd and SIP Power Service Co Ltd will jointly undertake the project’s construction and operation.
September 28, 2019