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Hyundai Heavy Industries aims at new energy bidding for solar power station projects

Hyundai Heavy Industries aims at new energy bidding for solar power station projects

China Construction machinery information

Guide: it is reported that American environmental protection energy enterprise matineeenergy announced on April 17 that it is the preferred bidder for the first phase of two 120 megawatt power station projects (a total of $1billion) in the 900 megawatt solar power station construction project, Selected Hyundai Heavy Industry and LG Electronics

it is reported that American environmental protection and energy enterprise matineeenergy announced on April 17 that among the 900 MW solar power station construction projects, Hyundai Heavy Industry and LG Electronics were selected as the preferred bidders for the first phase of the two 120 MW power station projects (a total of $1billion)

Hyundai Heavy Industries and LG plan to sign a formal contract with matinee in the short term and start construction in the second half of this year. In addition, matinee plans to select the preferred bidders for the second and third phases of the project within months. Kimseung Jin, the vice president of matinee, who is fully responsible for environmental protection and energy projects, said: "matinee will actively adopt the world's most cutting-edge sunlight and solar heat technologies, and hopes that the next generation technology developed by South Korea can be put into this project."

recently, Hyundai Heavy Industries announced that they have successfully entered the Japanese solar energy market. Hyundai Heavy Industries predicts that through the development of Japan's solar energy market, it will bring about 100billion won of profits in 2011. Japan is the largest and most mature solar energy market in the world. Japan aims to have an installed solar photovoltaic capacity of 14000 MW by 2020 and 50000 MW by 2030. Since Hyundai Heavy Industries entered the solar energy manufacturing market, the company has completed several major international contracts. In March, 2009, Hyundai Heavy Industries, with the assistance of kcccorporation, the world's largest manufacturer of building materials, began to produce polysilicon, which is a necessary material for manufacturing solar cells

Hyundai Heavy Industry can produce 30 megawatts of solar cells every year, thanks to its first solar cell manufacturing plant built in 2005. After the completion of its second solar manufacturing plant this year, Hyundai Heavy Industry will have an annual production capacity of 330 MW, which can meet the growing market demand for solar cells, components and panels

in addition to solar energy, modern heavy industry has not relaxed in the development of wind energy. Hyundai Heavy has solved the environmental pollution problem that thermosetting composites are difficult to recycle and reuse. Gonggong also produces wind turbines in its Junshan plant, which is the largest wind turbine manufacturing plant in South Korea. The company invested 105.7 billion won to build the plant, with a production capacity of 600 MW, and the rated power of the wind turbine produced by the plant is 1.65 MW

at the beginning of this year, Hyundai Heavy Industries signed a preliminary agreement with major exporters and manufacturers of textiles in Pakistan to build a 0 MW wind farm in Sindh province in southern Pakistan, which is related to the functional characteristics of the low-temperature impact testing machine. It is estimated that after the completion of Sindh wind farm in mid-2010, the wind power generated by it can meet the power demand of 60000 households in this area. Wavewindl in the United States in January 50. C. Hyundai Heavy Industries also ordered five 1.65 MW wind turbines, which are still dominated or monopolized by multinational companies, which can generate 10 MW of power to meet the power needs of 5000 households. These ordered turbines will be installed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by May

it is reported that Hyundai Heavy Industries plans to further expand the production capacity of its Junshan plant to 800 MW by 2013 to promote the export of its wind turbine products, especially in the United States and Europe, which are in the cooling process. The company is a subsidiary of Hyundai Heavy Industry Group

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