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Power Output Reduction Caused by Equipment Accidents —Supcon 10MW&50MW CSP Tower Plant Case Study

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Report Name : Power Output Reduction Caused by Equipment Accidents —Supcon 10MW&50MW CSP Tower Plant Case Study

Reporter/Writer : Jin Jianxiang, Chairman of SUPCON Solar

Year : March, 2018

Venue : Beijing, China

Conference : CSP Focus China 2018

Outline

● Analysis of impacts on LCOE for STE plants
Price and LCOE
Factors Impact on LCOE
Comparison of Impacts on LCOE
Real risks who impact on LCOE
● Analysis of impact factors on production of SUPCON Delingha 10MW plant
Capacity of sustained and stable production
Achievement rate of production without equipment accidents
Comparison of power generation calculations
Productions for 16 months
A case of equipment accident- plugging of receiver tubes
Impact of severe weathers
Summary of operation
● Plan and progress of SUPCON 50MW CSP demonstration project
Introduction to Delingha 50MW project
Progress of 50MW project

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