As of the end of June, China’s solar power plant installed capacity exceeded the 100 GW limit and reached 102 GW.
In China, which has 78,70 MW solar power plants as of the end of 2016, the total installed power reached 102.4 GW with the addition of 24.4 GW in just the first six months of 2017.
The People’s Republic of China, which is the first country to exceed the 100 GW installed power limit in the sun, has the world’s most populous population with 1 billion 386 million but has reached 74 watts per capita SPP installed power.
When we look at the solar energy installed power per capita of countries, Germany continues to lead with 510 watts, followed by Japan with 337 watts per capita. Turkey, on the other hand, ranks 35th in the world with an installed power of 1,579 MW and a 20-watt GES facility per capita.