China's Taihan fishery and photovoltaic power project in 60 seconds

China has built its largest fishery and photovoltaic complementary power project in the city of Wenzhou in eastern Zhejiang Province. The Taihan project covers a surface area of approximately 4.7 square kilometers, with photovoltaic power generation on top and fish farming underneath. It is expected to contribute an average of about 650 million kilowatt-hours of electricity to the grid annually, which is enough to power 130,000 households.

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