Renewable energy consumption in Danang to account for nearly 10% in the next decade By Nhan Tam Part of Danang City by Han River. According to studies, Danang has an average number of sunny hours of 2,100 hours/year, thereby, the potential of solar energy to produce electricity is 0.733 kWh/m2/day – PHOTO: NHAN TAM DANANG – The proportion of alternative energy to the total primary energy supply in the central city of Danang will reach 9.69% by 2035. It includes solar energy (roof-, ground- and water surface-based solar power), biomass energy, wind energy, biogas energy, geothermal energy, tidal energy and hydro energy, according to the project on the development of using renewable energy in Danang City to 2025, vision to 2035 that has just been approved. Accordingly, till 2025, the total installed capacity of solar power in the city will reach 244.675 MW that can produce 357,226 MWh of electricity, contributing to 5.62% of the city's total electricity demand. These numbers will be 577.49 MW, 843,133 MWh and 6.95% in 2035. In particular, for ground-based solar power, Danang calls for investment in high-tech agriculture using solar power. The city will also study the use of water surface to install solar… Read full this story
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