Cutting Carbon Emissions
"Coal City" in Action

信息來源:  發布時間2021-11-18

Staff of the Panzhou Power Supply Bureau and local photovoltaic power generating plants review the operation of photovoltaic panels

Service team members composed of Party members of Liupanshui Power Supply Bureau inspect the grid-connected lines of wind farms through the creative use of UAV flight

Staff from the Liuzhi Power Supply Bureau in Liupanshui City inspect the operation of hydroelectric generators at the Azhu Hydropower Station

The service team is composed of Party members of Liupanshui Power Supply Bureau who are inspecting the temperature of the emergency power lines at Emaozhai Photovoltaic Power Plant

A wind farm located at an attitude from 2,200 to 2,780 meters in Sige Town, Panzhou City, Liupanshui City. Nine similar wind farms, with a total installed capacity of more than 600 megawatts, have already been connected to the Liupanshui Power Grid
In the many quiet villages, surrounded by lush green hills, rows upon rows of photovoltaic panels silently absorb photons and wires like silver threads, delivering electricity converted from solar energy from mountain areas to thousands of awaiting households. From the photovoltaic power stations - through the power grid - to users’ personal devices such as electric cars, boilers and tea roasting machines, Liupanshui City in Guizhou Province is now actively promoting the use of renewable clean energy for power generation.
As of September this year, power generated by the grid-connected photovoltaic system reached a substantial 383 million KWH.
Known as "the Coal City in the South of the Yangtze River", Liupanshui is one of "the 14 large-scale bases with a coal production over 100 million tons" in China. As the largest base producing coking coal in the south of the Yangtze River, the city also plays an important role in transmitting power from Guizhou to Guangdong.
At present, Liupanshui City has taken meaningful steps to help achieve the goals of peak carbon dioxide emissions and carbon neutrality by promoting the use of clean renewable energy, including solar, wind and hydrogen resources, as it phases out aged coal-fired powered generation.