10MW Solar Power Project in Darkhan City

Representative Participant
Sharp Corporation
Partner Participant:Solar Power International LLC (SPI)
Host Country
JCM Model Project
Renewable Energy

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

14,746 tCO2/ year

Reference Emissions = EGPE×Efgrid = 15,034 Project Emissions = EGAUX×Efgrid = 288 Emission Reduction = RE-PE
       = 15,034-288= 14,746(tCO2/y) EGPE :  Electricity generated by the project (MWh) EGAUX: Grid electricity consumption for auxiliary equipment (MWh) EFgrid : CO2 Emission factor(=1.0601tCO2/MWh)

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