Source: Asian Development Bank

ADB launches grid-connected hybrid renewable energy in Mongolia

The hybrid system includes a solar farm and a battery energy storage system. 

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has launched a hybrid renewable energy system in Mongolia. 

The hybrid system includes a 5-megawatt solar photovoltaic project and a 3.6-megawatt-hour battery energy storage system that has been connected to Mongolia’s grid. 

Byekbolat Khalik, Head of Renewable Energy Division of the Ministry of Energy said the project allows 48,000 consumers across over 8,000 households in the the Altai-Uliastai region to clean and reliliable energy. 

“In addition to reduced electricity loss and improved quality of and access to electricity, the system is estimated to cut 223,813 tons of carbon dioxide emissions over the next 25 years.”

The system can provide about 8.8 million kilowatt-hour solar-generate and 1.3 million kWh charged and discharged energy in yhr Altai-Uliastai energy system.


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