10MW Solar Power Project in Darkhan City

Representative Participant
Sharp Corporation
Partner Participant: Solar Power International LLC (SPI)
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JCM Model Project
Renewable Energy
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Outline of GHG Mitigation Activity

The project aims to reduce CO2 emissions by constructing a 10MW Solar Power Generation Plant beside the 110kV substation in Darkhan City, which locates approximately 230 km North of the capital city Ulaanbaatar, and supplying the generated electricity through the power transmission network.

The power plant employs crystalline solar modules of maximum output of 310W per panel and module conversion efficiency of 15.9%. Approximately 32,000 numbers (72 series) of these modules and peripheral systems are installed on a land of 36 ha.

Expected GHG Emission Reductions

11,221 tCO2-eq./year

= PV generation (a)
    × Reference emission factor (b)
= 14,079 [MWh/year] × 0.797 [tCO2/MWh]

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JCM Methodology

Methodology No. Title Methodology Proponent
MN_AM003 Ver2.0 Installation of Solar PV System Institute for Global Environmental Strategies


JCM Project Registration

Reference No. Project Title Registration Date
MN004 10MW Solar Power Project in Darkhan City 04 Dec 2017

Issuance of credits

Reference No. Monitoring Period Date of JC decision on notification Amounts of Credits Issued
MN004 01 Jan 2017 - 31 Jul 2017 24 Oct 17 8,947

Related links

Completion of Mongolia’s first ever large-scale solar power plant!  – SHARP Blog on January 19, 2017

Sharp and Shigemitsu Shoji to Participate in the First Large Scale Solar Power Plant Business in Mongolia  – Sharp Corporation. Press Release on July 19, 2016