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The first batch of 12 affordable wind power and photovoltaic projects of Inner Mongolia power group were approved
Release time:2022-4-15

It is reported that recently, the first batch of 12 affordable wind power and photovoltaic project connection projects of Inner Mongolia Power Group have been approved, involving 12 photovoltaic wind power projects of more than 10 new energy investment enterprises such as Guodian, Huadian, China Resources and Mingyang, with a total installed capacity of 2.3 million KW, distributed in Ulanqab, Erdos, Bayannur, Wuhai, Alxa and other regions.

According to the objectives of "two pioneers" and "two surpasses" clearly put forward in the report of the 11th Party Congress of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Inner Mongolia electric power group gave full play to the advantages of power grid resource allocation, went all out and made active deployment, formulated a new energy grid connection promotion scheme of "optimizing process, dispatching according to ten days, deepening cooperation and targeted relief", and proposed and implemented 15 safeguard measures from the aspects of planning, early stage and investment, Ensure that the supporting projects and new energy projects achieve "synchronous planning, synchronous approval, synchronous construction and synchronous operation".

According to the target requirements, 14.1 million kilowatts of new energy in the network will be put into operation in 2022. The network connection projects such as affordable grid connected new energy projects, new energy demonstration projects, renewable energy hydrogen production projects, large-scale wind power photovoltaic base projects, thermal power flexibility transformation projects and decentralized new energy projects are being vigorously promoted. Inner Mongolia Electric Power Corporation will bear in mind the responsibilities of state- owned enterprises, Make every effort to build a new power system with new energy as the main body, and be the "vanguard" of energy transformation in Inner Mongolia.