Project Overview

project type

Ecological restoration + large ground power stations

project's venue

East Five Molecule Iron Ore Mine, Wulat Front Banner, Bayannur City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region

Project capacity


Average annual power generation

28.76 million kW-h

product type

350W high efficiency monocrystalline modules

Technological Highlights:

Integrated Mine Management PV Project

The project utilizes photovoltaic (PV) cells to convert solar energy into electrical energy. The PV cells are encased in a solar panel and are arranged in a way that maximizes energy conversion. The project's technical highlight lies in the integration of PV cells with other technological components to create an integrated energy generation and management system.

The first technical highlight of the project is its groundbreaking power generation system. The PV-based energy system produces clean electricity without releasing greenhouse gases or hazardous toxins into the environment. The project uses an efficient solar tracking system to capture the maximum amount of sunlight and optimize its efficiency.

The second technical highlight is the installation of a high-voltage DC transmission system. The system optimizes solar energy transmission to minimize power loss, making it more efficient and effective. The DC transmission system is equipped with a central inverter that enables smooth and steady AC power delivery while minimizing the loss of electricity during transmission.

The third technical feature is the installation of a battery storage system. The storage system optimizes the management of energy captured by the PV cells by storing excess energy produced during peak periods and releasing it when there is a power demand. The storage system ensures that the project can provide a stable and continuous supply of electricity irrespective of fluctuating weather conditions or periods of low solar energy capture.

Project Highlights

Project Highlights:

Integrated Mine Management PV Project

Apart from the technological highlights of the project, the Integrated Management Photovoltaic Power Generation Project stands out for several other factors. The project is a significant step towards promoting renewable energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The project serves as a role model for the integration of several energy technologies, and it encourages collaboration and multi-disciplinary approaches to energy planning.


In conclusion, the Integrated Management Photovoltaic Power Generation Project in Bayannur, Inner Mongolia, stands out as a role model for the integration of renewable energy technologies in energy management. The project maximizes the potential of solar energy with the installation of a high-voltage DC transmission and battery storage system. It promotes energy independence, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and inspires multi-disciplinary approaches to energy management. The project is a testament that technology, collaboration, and strategic planning can lead to successful and sustainable energy initiatives.