Chinese solar player Goldpoly has completed a 10.8MW PV project in the province of Fujian.
The project, developed by Goldpoly’s subsidiary Goldpoly (Quanzhou) Science & Technology Industry, has been built in the Jinjiang Economic Development Zone in the city of Quanzhou.
The installation is said to be the largest grid-connect PV plant in Fujian to date. The electricity it generates will be used by factories and offices, with any surplus sold to the state grid.
Goldpoly said the project, developed under China’s Golden Sun solar programme, used 46,960 of its polysilicon modules.
Together these are expected to generate 10.516 million kWh of power annually.
Kevin D. Hung, general manager of Goldpoly (Quanzhou) Science & Technology Industry, said: “Goldpoly’s 10.8MW User On-Grid PV Power Project reflects our commitment on building green science and technology parks and low carbon industrial parks.”