In the past few days, the global new energy leader BYD announced the 47 MW solar projects which cooperated with the famous German EPC company, Juwi-Gruppe, officially combined to the grid to begin its commercial operation. The 47 MW solar projects include 7 different solar farms. The largest one, 24.4MW solar farm is located in Herzogtum Lauenburg in Germany, covers an area of 168,649 square meters and will generate 228,753,82 kwh electricity per year and avoid 13,709 tons of CO2 emission per year. The other 6 projects are located in other regions of Germany.
The solar project between BYD and Juwi-Gruppe
The general manager of BYD overseas solar sales division, Tom Zhao said: “We’re very glad to have a great partnership with Juwi-Gruppe and we hope to keep expanding our cooperation.
This cooperation between BYD and Juwi-Gruppe this time will take BYD’s cost effective and high efficiency solar modules to Germany to provide local residents with green and clean energy
The winter of photovoltaic industry is long. Anyhow, BYD relying on its constantly improvement on technology and most reliable quality, the sales revenue performed even better than last year. Solar power is one of BYD’s green dreams. BYD has 1GW capacity annually and owns the cutting edge technologies of TOP.5 in the industry. Last Month, aiming to rely on strong vertical integration capability to further the development of new technology, BYD established a new R & D center for solar power in Ningbo, China. Meanwhile BYD strengthen the vertical integration between the two industries, combining the advantages of PV and energy storage products(BYD was involved with the world’s leading energy storage stations with China Southern Grid and China State Grid) to build the grid parity system.
BYD is ranked #1 at the top of Bloomberg’s and BusinessWeek's 2009 Tech 100 List (http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20100520006751/en/BYD-Tops-Bloomberg-Businessweek%E2%80%99s-12th-Annual-Tech ) and is the leading manufacturer of advanced, environmentally-friendly battery technologies like the BYD’s Iron Phosphate battery used in BYD electric vehicles and electric busses. BYD’s solar panels and LED Lighting systems have CEC, TUV/CE and UL listings, and the company enjoys a rapid growth in consumer electronics space and electrified transportation sector manufacturing under its BYD brand. BYD is the fastest-growing Chinese automotive and green energy technology enterprise. The Company trades on the Hong Kong Exchange (HKE) under the ticker numbers (HK.0285 – BYD Electronics) and (HK.1211 – BYD Company Ltd.), as well as on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange under the ticker number (002594 - BYD Company Ltd.). For more information visit www.byd.com , www.facebook.com/bydcompany .