Anhui Taihe Xiaokouzhen Wangyaocun Agriculturtal solar farm

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Anhui Taihe Xiaokouzhen Wangyaocun Agriculturtal solar farm (local name: 安徽省阜阳市太和县肖口镇王窑村中国能源建设集团太和新能源有限公司20MW农光互补光伏发电项目) is an operating solar farm in Xiaokou Town, Taihe County, Fuyang Municipality, Anhui, China.


Project Details

The solar farm has one phase that is at least 20 MW. (Read more about solar capacity ratings.)

Table 1: Phase-level project details for Anhui Taihe Xiaokouzhen Wangyaocun Agriculturtal solar farm

Status Commissioning year Nameplate capacity Owner Operator
Operating[1] 2016[1] 20 MW[2] China Energy Construction Group Investment Co., Ltd. [60%]; China Energy Construction Group Anhui Electric Power Construction Second Engineering Co., Ltd. [20%]; China Energy Construction Group Anhui Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd. [20%] (Local Script: 中国能源建设集团投资有限公司[60%]; 中国能源建设集团安徽电力建设第二工程有限公司[20%]; 中国能源建设集团安徽省电力设计院有限公司[20%])[3] China Energy Construction Group Taihe New Energy Co., Ltd. (Local Script: 中国能源建设集团太和新能源有限公司)[2]

Location

Table 2: Phase-level location details for Anhui Taihe Xiaokouzhen Wangyaocun Agriculturtal solar farm

Location Coordinates (WGS 84)
Xiaokou Town, Taihe County, Fuyang Municipality, Anhui, China[2] 32.0, 117.0 (approximate)[2]

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References

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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "安徽2016年500兆瓦普通光伏电站追加指标名单公示". sohu. Archived from the original on March 25, 2022. Retrieved March 29, 2022.
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