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CGN launches offshore wind power project

By Chen Meiling in Fuzhou | China Daily | Updated: 2017-09-05 09:08

Chinese new energy giant China General Nuclear Power Corporation, also known as CGN, launched its biggest offshore wind power project in Pingtan, Fujian province, this year, expecting to generate about 969 million kilowatt hours a year after it is completed in 2019.

The project involves 60 offshore wind turbines and one overland transformer substation, said Ren Yanzhong, deputy general manager of CGN Pingtan Offshore Wind Power Generation.

Once put into operation, the power generated will save about 311,000 metric tons of coal a year, he said.

CGN launches offshore wind power project

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