BJ ENERGY INTL’s Hushu Fishery-photovoltaic Project in Nanjing Was Approved

On March 26, the application for record filing of the Hushu Fishery-photovoltaic Project of Beijing Energy International in Nanjing, Jiangsu was approved. This marks the company’s first self-developed new energy project in a core city in eastern China, which is conducive to enhancing the scale and volume of new energy development in the eastern region and realizing key breakthroughs and comprehensive regional layout. 

The project is located in Hushu Street, Jiangning District, Nanjing City, with a total installed capacity of 120 megawatts, making it the largest centralized photovoltaic project in the district. The project highlights the concept of compound utilization by planning to set up photovoltaic arrays above the water surface of fish ponds, creating a green development and innovation model of photovoltaic power generation on the panels and aquatic breeding under the panels. Simultaneously, energy storage facilities will be constructed to enhance the proportion of green electricity consumption. 

Once operational, it is expected to produce approximately 144 million kilowatt-hours of clean electricity annually, equivalent to saving 40,000 tons of standard coal and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 110,000 tons. This project not only contributes to the early achievement of Nanjing’s dual-carbon goals but also holds significant importance for the promotion of circular and clean agriculture.