Xuzhou grid to boost construction for distributed photovoltaic facilities
Its development plans will allow the construction of wind and light storage centres.
China-based power utility corporation State Grid Xuzhou Power Supply Company has initiated the swift development of brand-new regional power systems for distributed photovoltaic growth in Xuzhou in the Jiangsu Province.
In a statement, the company said the order also includes the improvement of the high proportion of distributed photovoltaic grid reliability through the construction of wind and light storages and charging integration of energy substations connected to the power distribution network.
The State Grid Xuzhou Power Supply Company will also apply a new distribution system integrated control platform for a secure “sponge” intelligent distribution network and adaptable energy transition for the gridline.
Through the new distribution system, the utility company has full access to the digital deduction programme, the optimisation of its platform, and full control of its system integration platform. Likewise, it will allow data such as new energy geography, capacity, access points, power generation, and other information for the planning of future projects.
With it, it can address recurring problems like high local voltage and overstepping of trend voltage from the photovoltaic grid, as well as an improved supply.