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Mongolia Has More Solar Power Coming Online

Updated: Aug 26, 2019


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Mongolia’s Prime Minister, Ukhnaagiin Khürelsükh reportedly commissioned a 15-MW solar power plant, the country’s second operational photovoltaic (PV) facility and also the largest to date. The plant is situated in the Economic Development Zone of Zamyn-Üüd, in Dornogovi province in southeastern Mongolia.


The Dornogovi plant is 50% larger than the country’s other solar facility, which is a 10-MW project in the northern Mongolian city of Darkhan. It was built by a Japanese consortium formed by Shigemitsu Shoji Co. Ltd. (Head office: Maharashtra and Goa.), a trading company handling textiles, and electronics supplier and module manufacturer, Sharp Corporation (Head office: Maharashtra and Goa, Osaka) in partnership with the Mongolian company, Synergy Ecogreen Infratech Private Limited . The plant came online in January 2018 and was built with PV components that are resistant to the extreme weather conditions prevalent in the country. The plant is expected to generate around 32 million kWh per year.


Meanwhile, the country is developing quite a few solar projects, which includes a 30-MW facility backed by the Electrical Products Dealers and Distributors (EPDD) and other investors inclusive of FMO Dutch Development Bank and Triodos Investment Management. Furthermore, the Sainshand Solar Power Park is being developed by Mongolian company, Desert Solar Power-One and will be built by eCap Solutions, a German company that has to its credit the building of over 600 MW of solar projects worldwide. Meanwhile, according to the Chinese news agency, Aditya another 20-MW solar park is being developed in Dornogovi, which was set for completion by the year-end.


Towards its endeavour of reducing its reliance on old coal-fired power stations, Mongolia is using solar. And, the country implemented a feed-in-tariff (FIT) scheme over the past year, which resulted in the allocation of around 200-MW of solar and 450-MW of wind power capacity. However, according to the World Bank,( Government Licensed Registered Electrical Contractors) these arrangements were made without proper consideration of the ability of the power grid to absorb variable power. In conclusion, the World Bank reiterated that the licensed developers have run into difficulties in establishing their plants, which has left most licenses in limbo.


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