CTDC completes transparent polycrystalline ecological PV application in China

China Technology Development Group Corporation (NASDAQ: CTDC) completed construction of an ecological building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) project at Ecological Garden in Xiamen Bay, China. It is the first Chinese ecological transparent module BIPV project.

January 25, 2011 — China Technology Development Group Corporation (NASDAQ: CTDC), a growing clean energy group based in China to provide solar energy products and solutions, completed construction of an ecological building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) project at Ecological Garden in Xiamen Bay, China. It is the first Chinese ecological transparent module BIPV project, which has integrated the advanced ecological, environmental friendly concepts and energy-saving techniques.

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The BIPV system is equipped with CTDC’s transparent polycrystalline photovoltaic modules under the brand “LSP.” CTDC has been advancing high-efficiency and high-transparency BIPV modules, which are co-designed and powered by European technical institute Fraunhofer. These advanced products have also been chosen to work with the on-grid solar power plants in Molfetta and Verona of Italy. The PV system has been designed and installed by CTDC’s internal engineers and employees. It assumes an installed capacity of 18.6kW and will generate 30,000kWh of electricity power annually, provide clean energy to the park lighting and lawn audio system, and reduce CO2 emissions by 28 tons each year.

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Bruno Díaz Herrera, CTO of CTDC said, “The successful completion of the PV system represents the recognition by the domestic market towards our innovated transparent modules. Looking forward, we will develop various Transparent Modules to cater different market demands, and supply system solutions to clients.”

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