Xi Jinping, China’s top leader, said at the UN General Assembly that his country would stop building coal-burning power plants overseas, a major shift by the world’s second largest economy to move away from the fossil fuel industry.
While the thermal power stations are shutting down in the coming years, generation from renewables will increase to count for 2/3 of the total generation then. Given the inherent intermittent output from PV and wind, the power system will need huge capacity of stabilizer capacity, within which CSP will be an important part of; along with hydro, batteries and other technologies.
In this webinar, we will explore how the newly launched market transaction mechanism of electricity prices and power system auxiliary services in China are helping to ease the cost-value proposition of CSP plants:
Analyse the future of CSP development strategy and opportunities under China’s net zero ambition framework
Hear about the learning curve of the latest projects; and how the next projects – which are already coming along in development phases – will profit from all the lessons learnt
Explore first-hand case studies on how to successfully finance and develop CSP projects in China and Worldwide?