WHO WE ARE?

SUNTC is a joint venture located in Shanghai city, who is dedicated to supply the full scope high quality electromechanical equipment for small hydropower, biomass energy, solar power, wind power, thermal power and other energy projects. With one-stop service solution including entire project proposal, equipment selection and procurement, supervision organization for installation and commissioning, SUNTC takes overall responsibility for the procurement integration and offers customer critical benefits with respect to performance and cost control while reducing overall project risk.

WHAT WE OFFER?

SUNTC offers full package electromechanical equipment solution for small hydropower plant and other energy projects. With the capacity to design and manufacture kinds of serious hydro turbine such as Francis, Pelton, Turgo, Kapkan, Propeller, Tubular types turbine, hydraulic generator, Microcomputer governor, Main inlet valve, SSAW penstock, FRP/GRP pipe, overhead crane, control protection system, power transformer, switchyard, substation, solar panel, inverter, wind turbine, steam turbine, gasifier, biomass turbine, thermal power and etc related auxiliary equipment.

Small hydropower

Small hydropower

biomass-power

Biomass Energy

solar-power

Solar Energy

wind-power

Wind Energy

Francis turbine

Pelton type turbine

Pelton turbine

kaplan-turbine

Kaplan turbine

Tubular turbine

Synchronous generator

Synchronous generator

Main inlet valve

Main inlet valve

SSAW penstock

SSAW penstock

Overhead crane

Overhead crane

Microcomputer Governor

Microcomputer Governor

Main setup transformer

Power transformer

Control cabinet

Control cabinet

LV/HV switchgear

LV/HV switchgear

 

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World Small Hydropower Development Report 2016

November 30th, 2016|0 Comments

The globally installed SHP capacity is estimated at 78 GW in 2016, an increase of approximately 4 per cent compared to data from WSHPDR 2013. The total estimated SHP potential has also increased since publishing WSHPDR 2013 to 217 GW, an increase of over 24 per cent. Overall, approximately 36 per cent of the total global SHP potential has been developed as of 2016 (Figure 2). SHP represents approximately 1.9 per cent of the world’s total power capacity, 7 per cent of the total renewable energy capacity and 6.5 per cent (< 10 MW) of the total hydropower capacity (including pumped storage). As one of the world’s most important renewable energy sources, SHP is fifth in development, with large hydropower having the highest installed capacity to date, followed by wind and solar power (Figure 3). China continues to dominate the SHP landscape. Fifty-one per cent of the world’s total installed capacity (definition of below 10 MW) and approximately 29 per [...]

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