Hebei Province's first offshore photovoltaic project started construction
Seetao 2024-06-07 11:21
  • This project is not only an important attempt in the field of new energy, but also an innovation in the utilization of Marine resources
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June 4 is a milestone day for the Changli Sea area in Hebei Province. With its professional technology and efficient work, Qinhuangdao Navigation Beacon Office of Beihai Navigation Support Center successfully completed the navigation beacon distribution work of the construction waters of the steel pipe pile test and static load test project of Hebei Changli offshore photovoltaic pilot project. This important measure not only provides a solid guarantee for the orderly promotion of Hebei's first offshore photovoltaic project, but also provides strong support for the Marine new energy strategy in Hebei's coastal areas.

The navigation mark operation area is located in the east sea of Changli County, Hebei Province, which is a vast and rich sea area. The center of the site is about 7km offshore, the water depth ranges from 1.2m to 11.1m, and the total area of the sea reaches an astonishing 9791.18 mu. Changli Offshore photovoltaic project, as the first offshore photovoltaic project in Hebei Province, has extremely important strategic significance. This project is not only an important attempt in the field of new energy in Hebei Province, but also an innovation in the use of Marine resources. At the same time, as a key construction project in Hebei Province in 2024, its total scale has reached 1.8GW, indicating that it will make great contributions to the energy supply of Hebei Province and even the whole country in the future.

In order to ensure the navigation safety of the construction waters of the photovoltaic project, the Qinhuangdao Navigation AIDS Department, as the navigation AIDS management department of the jurisdiction, actively performs its duties and carefully distributes navigation AIDS for the construction waters according to relevant regulations and construction plans. They chose 2.4m steel light buoys as the main type of beacon, with a total of 12 sets. These light buoys can emit bright light at night, providing clear navigation guidance for passing ships. In addition, they also configured four physical AIS beacons, which can send ship position information in real time, providing a double guarantee for navigation safety.

In the course of distribution of navigation AIDS, Qinhuangdao Navigation AIDS Office fully considers the actual situation of the sea area and the special needs of the project. They carefully designed the layout and number of navigational markers to ensure the coverage and effect of navigational markers. At the same time, they have also strengthened communication and coordination with construction units to ensure that the distribution of navigational AIDS is carried out in sync with the construction progress. These measures not only ensure the safety of navigation in the waters of the photovoltaic project construction, but also provide strong support for the smooth advancement of the project.

The successful completion of the navigation AIDS distribution work marks a solid step forward for the Hebei Changli offshore photovoltaic project. In the future, with the continuous advancement and improvement of the project, it is believed that it will make greater contributions to the energy supply and Marine economic development of Hebei Province and even the whole country. At the same time, Qinhuangdao Navigational Beacon Office will continue to give full play to its professional advantages and service spirit to provide a strong guarantee for the construction and development of Marine new energy projects. Editor/Xu Shengpeng


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