Support independent publishing: buy this book on Lulu.

Monday, January 05, 2009


The Chinese companies: China Technology Development Group Corporation (CTDC) and NGA (New Energy Group), have just announced the beginning of the first phase (30 MGw/150 millions of dollars), of a gigantic photovoltaic solar power station in Qaidam basin (northwest China). The intention of the government of Qaidam, is to enlarge in the course of the years, the capacity of the station, until arriving to 1000 MGw, transforming it into the but big of the world, since it would overcome in capacity to the photovoltaic plant of California (500 MGw). The Chinese have 3 objectives : 1) to provide energy to industries located in a rich area in metals, oil and gás 2) Use advanced technology in the making of sun cells (crystalline Si), ultra-thin SnO2 in plate of sun module bases and ultra-thin glass TCO (transparent conductive oxide), key component of sun cells. 3) megaproyects associated to renewable energy, non pollutant, taking advantage of their vast desert resources.

We hope will be considered our proposal of building similar solar stations in the Peruvian deserts of Sechura, Lambayeque and Nasca, generating energy (petroleum, phosphates), energy (several local industries and potential desalination of seawater).


Las compañías chinas : China Technology Development Group Corporation (CTDC) y NGA (New Energy Group), acaban de anunciar el inicio de la primera fase (30 MGw/150 millones de dólares), de una gigantesca estación de poder solar fotovoltaica en la hoya de Qaidam (area noroccidental de China). La intención de la gobernación de Qaidam, es ampliar en el curso de los años, la capacidad de la estación, hasta llegar a 1000 MGw, convirtiéndola en la mas grande edel mundo, ya que superaria en capacidad a la planta fotovoltaica de California (500 MGw). Los chinos tienen 3 objetivos en esta obra : 1) surtir de energia a una zona rica en metales, petróleo y gás 2)emplear tecnología de avanzada en la confección de celdas solares (sílice cristalino), SnO2 ultrafino, en las bases de los módulos solares y vidrio ultrafino TCO (transparent conductive oxide), componente clave de las celdas solares. 3) inicio de megaproyectos asociados a energia renovable, no contaminante, aprovechando sus vastas reservas de desierto.

Esperamos se considere nuestra propuesta de construir estaciones solares similares en los desiertos peruanos de Sechura, Lambayeque y Nasca, generando electricidad, energía (petróleo, fosfatos, industria locales diversas) y potencial desalinización del agua de mar.

Labels: ,


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm the sort of guy who loves to try original things. Presently I'm fabricating my hold pv panels. I'm managing it all alone without the aid of my men. I'm utilizing the internet as the only way to acheive that. I ran across a very amazing site which explains how to create photovoltaic panels and wind generators. The website explains all the steps required to solar panel construction.

I'm not really sure bout how accurate the info given there is. If some people over here who had experience with these works can have a peak and give your feedback in the site it would be great and I would extremely treasure it, because I truly love solar panel construction.

Thanks for reading this. U people are the best.

12:11 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home