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Taiwan PV alternate laments strict guidelines on farmland exercise
Nuying Huang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES
Monday 14 September 2020

Taiwan Photovoltaic Swap Association (TPVIA) sees the annoying guidelines on the exercise of farmland to avoid losing up PV energy stations as a hindrance to Taiwan achieving its target cumulative complete PV set up 20GWp by 2025, primarily primarily based on TPVIA president Sam Hong.The Council of Agriculture (COA) prefers fish ponds to farmland for exercise in constructing PV energy-producing services and products, and sets a target cumulative complete of 4GWp for PV energy stations on fish ponds by 2025, mentioned Hong who is chairman for United Renewable Energy.On the opposite hand, the target of 4GWp is annoying to attain, as many fish pond owners are reluctant to rent out their properties, and it is also an discipline constructing energy traces between remotely-located ponds and native energy grids, Hong explained, including that simplest an estimated 1.0-1.5GWp may per chance even be attained.For rooftop PV systems, the plot of roofs accessible is diminishing, with the room for surroundings up extra rooftop systems estimated at 0.5-1.0GWp in complete, Hong popular.If effective plots of farmland are banned from inserting in PV energy stations, the cumulative complete PV set up capacity in 2025 is estimated to be 8-10GWp, simplest 40-50% of the target, Hong indicated.

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