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Effective Power Generating System Introduced

In the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the systematic parallel power generating system is regarded important in the photovoltaic power generation.

The establishment of the systematic parallel power generating system gives big economic profits as it makes it possible to use the produced electricity more effectively with organic combination of the state electric power system.

Many units in Pyongyang City have introduced this system.

Ri Kwang Chol, Department Director of the Pyongyang City People’s Committee, says:

“Under the condition that the buildings are densely located with many multistoried buildings, it is difficult for the small units in downtown to establish an independent photovoltaic power generating system for the difference in plottage and sunshine condition, material and technological foundation and investing capacity.

We scientifically calculated the natural and geographical conditions of the given areas and realities of the units in a bid to promote the work to turn the already-established independent photovoltaic power generating system in different units into the systematic state electric power system. Now many units in the city have selected the proper places and established the collective systematic parallel state photovoltaic power generating system in consideration of the needed amount of electricity, the size of solar panel and other technical conditions, putting the electricity into the state electric power system and dividing needed electricity.”

The number of units introducing the systematic parallel power generating system is increasing.

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