Solar Valley (China)

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Solar Valley (China)
Country China
Province Shangdong
City Dezhou
Start 2007
Founded by Huang Ming, Himin Solar Energy Group
 • Total 3 km2 (1 sq mi)
Time zone 東八區 (UTC+8)

China's Solar Valley (Chinese: ) located in Dezhou, Shandong province, China, is "a massive exercise in social, economic and ecological engineering"[1] using solar power in China. It is planned to cost $740 million USD,[1] which includes $10 million to install solar lighting along roadways.[1] The project is led by Himin Solar Energy Group, the world's largest solar water heater manufacturer.[2]


Solar Valley is named after Silicon Valley.[3]

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