DAU TIENG 1,2,3 SOLAR POWER PLANTS

The largest solar power plant in Southeast Asia was built in Tay Ninh, located in the submerged part of Dau Tieng Lake with capacity of 600 MWp. The expected electricity output is 1.56 billion kWh/year.

🍀 Dau Tieng Lake is one of the largest artificial lakes in Vietnam and Southeast Asia with an area of ​​about 27,000 ha. In an area of ​​Tay Ninh province, a solar power plant is being built with an installed capacity of 600 MWp, covering an area of ​​about 600 hectares. It is a combination of 3 Dau Tieng solar power plants 1, 2 and 3, with the largest capacity in Southeast Asia.

🍀 The area for solar power plant constructing is the semi-submerged part of the lake in Dau Tieng Lake. To prevent flooding in the rainy season, the investor builds concrete pillars about 2.5 m high. On it is fitted with zinc brackets to support the solar panel. The shelf life of solar panels and racks is about 20 years. The area for constructing a solar power plant is the semi-submerged part of the lake in Dau Tieng Lake.

🍀 According to calculations, the average number of sunny hours in the year in Tay Ninh is 2,600 hours. The largest solar power plant in Southeast Asia with an investment of about 9,100 billion VND, is expected to produce about 4.3 million kWh / day (1.56 billion kWh/year). This output is about one fifth of Hoa Binh hydroelectric plant. According to the investor, each day the factory will bring about USD 400,000 (9.2 billion) in revenue.

🍀 Hoa Binh – PEC is proud to be the consultant for the project of Dau Tieng Solar Power Plant project, along with the partners of Tay Ninh Oil Power Joint Stock Company, PowerChina Huadong Group, B.Grimm Group. Power, Xuan Cau Group.

 

DAU TIENG 1,2,3 SOLAR POWER PLANTS

DAU TIENG 1,2,3 SOLAR POWER PLANTS The largest solar power plant in Southeast Asia was built in Tay Ninh, located in the submerged part of Dau Tieng Lake with capacity of 600 MWp. The expected electricity output is 1.56 billion kWh/year. 🍀 Dau Tieng Lake is one of the largest artificial lakes in Vietnam and Southeast […]