54-Turbine Chinese Offshore Wind Farm Now Online (Int'l.)
In Beijing, the China General Nuclear Power Corp reports its 54-turbine Daishan No.4 offshore wind farm in Zhejiang Province is now in operation and delivering power to the national grid.
The 234-MW facility is expected to generate 618 million kWh per year -- roughly equivalent to the power generated by burning 170,000 tpy of coal. The facility is also expected to eliminate 470,00 tpy of carbon emissions. (Source: China General Nuclear Power Corp., PR, Xinhua, 18 May, 2021) Contact: China General Nuclear Power Corp., www.en.cgnpc.com.cn
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EDF, China Energy Invest Announce Chinese Offshore Wind JV (Int'l.)
EDF Renewables,China Energy Investment Corporation
In Paris, French state-controlled EDF is reporting its EDF Renewables and EDF China subsidiaries will hold a 37.5 pct stake in a JV partnership with Beijing-based China Energy Investment Corporation Ltd. (CEI) to develop offshore wind farms in China. CEI’s
Shenhua Renewable and Shenhua Clean Energy Holdings units will hold the majority shares. (Source: EDF, Reuters, Trade Media, June, 2020)
Contact: China Energy Investment Corporation, www.ceic.com
; EDF Renewables, www.edf-re.com
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China Planning $23Bn Offshore Wind Investment (Int'l. Report)
China Ofshore Wind
Chinese state news agency Xinhua is reporting China will invest160 billion yuan ($23.5 billion) in an offshore wind power project that will have an installed capacity of more than 1 million kW in Jiangsu province.
Wind power, according to Xinhua, is the third-largest source of energy in the country after coal and hydropower. The country is already the world leader in wind power with 187 GW in capacity in early 2018. The plan is to increase this to 210 GW by the end of 2020. In 2019 China generated 1.87 trillion kWh of electricity from renewable sources, according to Xinhua.
(Source: Xinhua, oilprice.com, 21 May, 2019)
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EDF to Develop 500MW Chinese Offshore Wind Projects (Int'l)
EDF Group,China Energy Investment Corporation
French energy giant EDF Group and Chinese utility China Energy Investment Corporation (CEI) are reporting an agreement under which EDF will develop two offshore wind projects totaling 500MW -- Dongtai 4 and 5 --
off the coast of Jiangsu province. The projects are expected to be commissioned in phases by 2021 and will be the EDF's first offshore projects in China.
EDF Group subsidiary EDF Renouvelables has 5.3GW of offshore wind either in operation or in development, and maintains 500MW of this capacity, according to EDF.
(Source: EDF Group. Various Media, renews.com, 26 Mar., 2019) Contact: EDF Group, Jean-Bernard Levy, CEO, www.edf.fr; China Energy Investment Corporation, www.ceic.com/gjnyjtwwEn/index.shtml
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China's Jiangsu Province OK's 6.7GW Offshore Wind Projects (Intl)
Jiangsu Electric Power Co
According to the State Grid Jiangsu Electric Power Co. Ltd ., the Chinese province of Jiangsu has approved 24 offshore wind power projects totaling 6.7 GW at a total investment of approximately $18 billion U.S. The projects are part of Jiangsu's 10 GW-level "Three Gorges on Sea" offshore wind power plan and are expected to be complted and commissioned by the end of 2020. (Source: Jiangsu Electric Power Co., China.org.cn, 20 Jan., 2019) Contact: Jiangsu Electric Power Co.,
+86-25-8228-8361, +86-25-8228-8361 [fax.,
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