China builds first renewable energy “carbon neutral” Smart Park

On January 28, China’s first renewable energy “carbon neutral” Smart Park certification ceremony was held at the Goldwind Technology Yizhuang Smart Park in Beijing – providing guidance on how to achieve carbon-neutral goals throughout the entire industry.

This carbon neutral certification was conducted by a third-party certification body authorized by the China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (CNAS) to verify greenhouse gas emissions in the park in accordance with the ISO14064-1:2006 standard.

The Goldwind Yizhuang Smart Park is a green park ecosystem that integrates renewable energy, smart micro-grid, smart water system, green agriculture and sports & health facilities. In terms of smart micro-grids particularly, the park will achieve 50% of clean energy in 2021 relying on its 4.8MW of decentralized wind power, 1.3MW of distributed PV as well as vanadium flow batteries, lithium-ion batteries, supercapacitors and other forms of battery storage.

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