China Power International Development Co Ltd (CPID) on Tuesday connected to the grid a 500-MW subsidy-free solar power plant in Chaoyang city.
The newly completed photovoltaic (PV) park is part of the first batch of wind and solar projects to be realised in China without subsidy. These were announced in May 2019.
CPID, a unit of State Power Investment Corp, said the project team worked through rains, heavy snows and public holidays to complete construction in such a short period.
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