The 2nd China Concentrating Solar Power Summit 2012 Will Be Held in June. The anticipated installed capacity of concentrating solar thermal power by 2015 is 1000 MW while that by 2020 is 3 GW.
Among the newly-encouraged energy resources listed in the Catalogue of Industry Structure Adjustment 2011 Version issued by China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) on June 1st, 2011, concentrating solar thermal power was given high priority.
In addition, according to the forthcoming China’s 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) on Renewable Energy Development, the anticipated installed capacity of concentrating solar thermal power by 2015 is 1000 MW while that by 2020 is 3 GW.
Against this background, the 2nd Annual China Concentrating Solar Power Summit 2012 will again be convened on June 28-29 in Beijing, China. Hot issues in China’s CSP industry will be highlighted and investment opportunities will be explored. 250+ industry leaders from government departments, power & energy companies, solar power plants, technology and equipment suppliers, industry solution providers and research institutes will join in.
According to China’s 12th Five-Year Plan, in the next 5 years, regions with good illumination conditions and adequate space and water resources will serve as pilot areas of solar thermal power projects to accelerate industry development. Insiders believe that by the end of the 12th Five-Year Plan period (2011-2015), China’s installed capacity of solar thermal power will exceed that of photovoltaic generation.
The 2nd Annual China Concentrating Solar Power Summit 2012 will provide a global sharing platform to interpret the latest policy trends of China’s CSP industry during the 12th Five Year Plan period, probe into the opportunities of CSP projects in China, and to present the latest scientific and technological achievements and professional solutions from international industry players.
China CSP Projects (planned and under construction)
Beijing,The institute of electrical engineering (IEE), Chinese academy of sciences (CAS), Badaling 1MW Pilot Project
Xinjiang Qingsong Building Materials and Chemicals(Group) Co.Ltd, Guodian Xinjiang Company 12MW(short term), 300MW(long term)
Tibet, Huaneng Tibet Company 50MW
Sichuan Abazhou,Tianwei New Energy (Aba) 100MW
TBD, China Huadian Corporation 50MW
Golmud, GD ENERGY 100MW
Ningxia, Beijing Control Technology Co. Ltd 100MW
TBD, AVIC XI’AN AERO-ENGINE (GROUP) LTD 100MW
TBD, Guangdong Kangda 100MW
Gansu, SETC Tianjin 100MW
Qinghai, Lion International Investment Ltd. 1000MW
Shaanxi, Shandong Penglai Dianli, eSolar 2000MW
By José santamarta, http://CSP.cbichina.com