China added 33.66 GW of new solar power in the first quarter



China reached 327.4 GW of cumulative solar power capacity at the end of February, according to new figures from the National Energy Administration (NEA).

It reported that 11.7 GW, 8.67 GW and 13.29 GW of solar capacity were installed in January, February and March, respectively. In March 2023, the country’s cumulative solar power capacity had reached 327.4 GW.

In 2022, China added 87.41 GW of new solar capacity, as reported by the China Photovoltaic Industry Association (CPIA). CPIA predicts that there will be between 95 GW and 120 GW of new solar installations in China this year.

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