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The world’s largest pumped-storage power station designed and constructed by China Power Engineering Corporation to be commissioned for power generation

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December 30th, byChina Power ConstructionThe first batch of units (No. 1, No. 10) of Hebei Fengning Pumped-storage Power Station, the world’s largest pumped-storage power station designed and constructed, was officially put into operation. This will provide guarantee for the Beijing Winter Olympics to achieve 100% green power supply for the first time in history.

As a key green energy project for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, Fengning Pumped-storage Power Station has installed a total of 12 generators with a single capacity of 300,000 kilowatts.MotorThe group, with a total installed capacity of 3.6 million kilowatts, will be developed in two phases and constructed at the same time. The first and second phases will each have 1.8 million kilowatts. It is known as the world’s largest “power bank” and an “encyclopedia” in the field of pumped storage power stations. The successful construction of the power station has created four world “firsts” for pumped storage power stations: the world’s largest installed capacity, with a total installed capacity of 3.6 million kilowatts, the world’s largest pumped-storage power station; the world’s largest energy storage capacity, with 12 units full With 10.8 hours of power generation and utilization, it is the only pumped storage power station with weekly regulation performance in North China. The scale of underground powerhouse is the largest in the world. The total length of the underground powerhouse is 414 meters, the height is 54.5 meters, and the span is 25 meters. It is the largest pumped storage power station in the world. It is capable of underground powerhouses; the scale of underground caverns is the largest in the world. There are as many as 190 underground caverns in Fengning Power Station, with a total length of 50.14 kilometers. The scale of underground engineering is huge.

According to reports, the Fengning Pumped-storage Power Station is expected to be fully operational in 2024. It can consume 8.7 billion kilowatt-hours of surplus electricity each year and generate 6.288 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity per year, which can meet the annual electricity consumption of 2.6 million households and save annual savings. 480,000 tons of standard coal will reduce carbon emissions by 1.2 million tons, which is equivalent to afforestation of more than 240,000 mu. As the main regulated power source of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei power grid, the power station has “six major functions” such as peak shaving, frequency modulation, phase modulation, energy storage, system backup and black start. key”. The construction of the power station is of great significance to ensure the safety of the power grid, promote the consumption of new energy, promote the ecological environment protection of the capital economic circle, and help achieve the goal of “carbon peak and carbon neutrality”.

(Article source: ShanghaiSecuritiesNewspaper ChinaSecuritiesnetwork)


Article source: Shanghai Securities News·China Securities Net

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Original title: The world‘s largest pumped storage power station designed and constructed by China Power Construction put into production and power generation

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