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  • Antaisolar supplied solar racking to solar plant in South Africa
    Project News October 18, 2021 Antaisolar supplied solar racking to solar plant in South Africa
    It’s said that the solar plant is located at the golf course, utilized Antaisolar aluminum ground mounting system with concrete foundation, and it had been completed the installation and grid connected. In the early stages of the project, it can be seen that gasoline tanks was adopted to shape the concrete, which help to construct a solid foundation. The aluminum mounting structure was delivered with pre-assembly in factory, which can be unfolded on site to make installation much more easier and thus largely saving labor costs. Based on 15 years commitment in solar mounting system, Antaisolar can offer tailor-made solar racking solution to meet any needs. More projects at :https://www.antaisolar.com/news/searchpcb
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  •   Case study: Solar power plant utilized Antaisolar’s Ant-Surface tracker in Thailand
    Project News October 12, 2021 Case study: Solar power plant utilized Antaisolar’s Ant-Surface tracker in Thailand
    The solar tracker plant located in Thailand is under smooth installation and expected to be completed at the end of October, 2021. Antaisolar provided Ant-Surface tracker with three linear-actuator drive through electric synchronously. Project background -Location: Thailand -Wind Speed: 27m/s -Project field temperature: -10℃-+60℃ -Installed: Oct, 2021 -Size of system: 1.24MW Product details - Module orientation: 1P Portrait - Foundation type: Concrete -Minimum ground clearance :500mm - Module brand: Jinko solar 495W -Modules per string:14 -Rail material: Galvanized carbon steel - Post: Galvanized carbon steel - Warranty: 5 years drive and control, 15 years structure Special Features Of The Ant-Surface solar tracker • Adopted synchronous multi-point actuator offering greater stability • Fast installation by easy-installed actuator, only require one single person • Self-developed SCADA platform offer real time monitoring and O&M to ensure normal operation • Tracking algorithm: astronomical algorithm+ intelligent algorithm, optimizing tracking angle for each controller to avoid shadow and for low irradiation condition and scattering lights during cloud days. • Approved by CPP wind tunnel test for greater stability Check out more Antaisolar’s solar tracker solutions at here: https://www.antaisolar.com/project-news_nc4 and find video for this project at below.
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  • Indonesia to install 4.7GW of solar by 2030 under decarbonisation plan
    Industry News October 09, 2021 Indonesia to install 4.7GW of solar by 2030 under decarbonisation plan
    Indonesia is aiming to deploy an additional 4,680MW of solar by 2030 as part of efforts to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2060. Energy minister Arifin Tasrif said a new 2021-2030 master plan will see Indonesia source 51.6% of its added power capacity by the end of the decade from renewables, while the remainder will be new fossil fuel plants. Speaking during a virtual presentation today (Tuesday), Tasrif said the country’s projected annual increase in electricity demand over the next decade has been lowered to 4.9%, down from a previous estimate of 6.4%, due to the pandemic impacting economic growth. To reach the goals included in the master plan, the government expects independent power producers to play a larger role in the development of renewables projects over the coming years. Tasrif also said that the government will encourage the development of interconnection between Indonesia’s main islands to improve electricity reliability and increase renewables penetration. The strong potential for Indonesia’s solar sector was revealed in a report published in July by Wood Mackenzie, which suggested the country may become the fastest-growing PV market in the Asia Pacific region by end of the decade. Growing from a base of 300MW, the country’s solar capacity could reach 8.5GW by 2030, according to the research firm, which said the PV sector could be supported by a US$600 million loan from the Asian Development Bank to help Indonesia’s state-owned power company PLN expand electricity access and promote renewables in eastern Indonesia. PLN’s solar development efforts have already seen it form a joint venture with Masdar to construct a 145MWac floating solar project at a reservoir in West Java. The partners recently reached financial close for the Cirata plant, which is now under construction and due to begin commercial operation by the end of 2022. Singapore-based solar developer Sunseap Group also revealed plans to develop what it says will be the world’s largest floating solar project on Indonesia’s Batam Island. The 2.2GWp installation plant is slated for completion in 2024, when it will provide energy locally as well as potentially to Singapore via a subsea cable.
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  • Bangladesh inaugurates largest solar rooftop
    Industry News September 28, 2021 Bangladesh inaugurates largest solar rooftop
    Source:https://www.pv-magazine.com/2021/06/21/bangladesh-inaugurates-largest-solar-rooftop/ A Bangladeshi government minister has announced 40% of the nation's electricity will come from renewables by 2041. Junior power minister Nasrul Hamid made the declaration yesterday, at an inauguration ceremony for Bangladesh's largest solar rooftop, a $16 million, 16 MW array in Chittagong. The government in March said it would reformulate its renewables policy after it fell well short of a target to generate 10% of its electricity from clean power by last year. Around 3% of Bangladesh's power came from clean sources at that point. “Renewable energy will be the main source of energy in the future,” the minister said on Sunday, emphasizing the benefits offered by commercial solar rooftops. “The share of renewable energy is increasing in [the] fuel mix,” said Hamid, in part thanks to the rising popularity of net-metered solar arrays like the one installed at an export processing zone owned by Korean clothing and textiles company Youngone Corporation. Export processing zones are areas with less onerous customs and tax charges where manufacturing takes place solely for export. The minister said plans to expand the Chittagong array to 40 MW next year would encourage other businesses to follow suit. The politician stressed, however, that the big land requirements of large scale, ground-mounted solar plants would mean wind, tidal and energy-from-waste facilities would also have big roles to play in reaching the government's 2041 target. Youngone Corporation intends to expand its Chittagong project to around 40 MW of generation capacity, with 4.3 MW due to come online before November and the balance expected next year. The intention is for all 34 factories at the Youngone export processing zone to be powered entirely by the eventual 40 MW of solar capacity. With the rooftop array net-metered, any excess power generated will be exported to the grid. Lee Jang-Keun, South Korean ambassador to Bangladesh, said of the rooftop array: “This is how businesses can get along with nature and reduce the threat of climate change.” Bangladesh has around 746 MW of renewable energy generation capacity and the first stage of the Chittagong array has taken the nation to 40.72 MW of net-metered rooftop solar.
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