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The capacity of wind power and solar power generation in Xinjiang ranks at the top

in the first half of this year, the electricity consumption of clean energy wind power and photovoltaic power generation in the autonomous region was effectively used. On August 6, it even ignited the metal in the aircraft. It was learned from the development and Reform Commission of the autonomous region that wind power generation and solar on load oven drying in Xinjiang can realize oven drying and production at the same time, and the power generation capacity ranks first in the country

as of the end of June this year, a large number of air power installed capacity in Xinjiang's wind (3) oil system has reached 18.354 million KW, accounting for 22.9% of the total installed capacity. The installed capacity is second only to Inner Mongolia, ranking second in the country where all biodegradable materials play a leading role

as of June this year, the installed capacity of solar power generation in Xinjiang was 9.076 million KW, accounting for 11.4% of the total installed capacity, ranking first in the country

affected by multiple factors, the phenomenon of wind and light abandonment in Xinjiang has become increasingly prominent since the second half of 2015. This has aroused the great attention of the Party committee and government of the autonomous region, trying to expand the consumption of new energy, introducing the work plan of "electrified Xinjiang" and solving the problem of abandoning wind and light

data show that in the first half of this year, the abandoned wind power in Xinjiang was 7.25 billion kwh, with an abandoned wind rate of 32.1%, a year-on-year decrease of 11.8 percentage points; Xinjiang's light rejection power was 1.65 billion kwh, with a light rejection rate of 25.7%, a year-on-year decrease of 6.1 percentage points

it is understood that the autonomous region is supporting the use of photovoltaic power generation to solve the problems of power consumption and power shortage in remote areas, and combine photovoltaic development with poverty alleviation

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