Solis inverter debuted on the news feature of “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations” by CCTV in its “Half-Hour Economy”

Solis inverter debuted on the news feature of “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations” by CCTV in its “Half-Hour Economy”

On August 16, China CCTV economical channel’s “Half-Hour Economy” broadcast a news feature on “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations”

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China CCTV economical channel

Solis inverter debuted on “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations” 

In this 12-minute news feature, Solis inverter explained the successful model of Desertification control in the Kubuqi desert in details with practical cases. At the heart of the Kubuqi desert in Inner Mongolia, PV power plants are not only generating electricity, but also serving as farmland and farms for local people. The barren deserts of the past have been turned into treasures, and PV power stations are known as “crop guardians” locally.

PV power generation used to improve the ecological environment and increase economic benefits have been highly recognized by CCTV.

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News feature on “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations” by CCTV

  • Struggle with the nature

The mode of “Generating electricity on solar panels, while growing and breeding under solar panels” marks the rapid development of photovoltaic projects from single power generation to agriculture –photovoltaic hybrid PV plant, Desertification control and other fields. Photovoltaic power generation combined with desert control has become a new driver of regional economic growth.

Generating electricity

The improvement effect of the power station on the ecological environment is very obvious. The plant growth in the photovoltaic power station area is obviously better than that in other areas.The shading effect of solar panels can reduce surface water evaporation by 20% to 30%, reduce wind speed by 1.5m/s, and effectively improve the living environment of plants. Artificial planting of elaeagnus angustifolia, alfalfa, shallot and other vegetation could further reduce the evaporation of water and reduce the surface wind speed, so as to wind sheltering and sand fixation, prevent loss of water and soil erosion

Now a third of the Kubuqi desert has been turned into oasis. In the heart of the desert, a photovoltaic power station covering an area of 50,000 acres stands out.

Kubuqi desert PV power station

Solis inverters contributes to the Kubuqi desert PV power station in Inner Mongolia

  • Make gold out of sand

Solis Inverters from Ginlong Technologies have the characteristics of high MPPT efficiency, low start-up voltage, low grid voltage, high switching frequency and high power generation efficiency. They can provide guarantee for high-quality and efficient transmission of solar power energy to this project in such climatic conditions. The high reliability of Solis inverter can also provide convenience for later operation and maintenance of this project. Reliable and efficient inverters bring stable income, while the higher the income of power generation, the shorter the return period of investment, and there are sufficient income to guarantee the continuous supply of funds for the greening of the desert and the improvement of the whole ecosystem.

perfect match for Bi-facial module

  • perfect match for Bi-facial module

Desertification control model creates a four-wheel drive development mechanism of “desertification control, ecology, industry, poverty alleviation”, and is a new business model connecting ecological governance, scientific and technological power generation, desert tourism, grazing and planting, and targeted poverty alleviation. This is also the real connotation of “splendid photovoltaic”.

Under the improve of desertification control by photovoltaic, the desert is becoming a scenery, yellow sands are into gold in the Kubuqi desert nowadays, All this shows the charm and vitality of renewable energy.

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Press Release by Solis Inverters

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