La France c'est la surface du Sichuan plus le Chongqing.
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Total installed wind power capacity reached 189 GW by the end of March in China
April 29, 2019 evwind
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2019-0 ... 074632.htmChina to build multi-billion-dollar offshore wind farm near east coast
Source: Xinhua| 2019-05-20
NANJING, May 20 (Xinhua) -
China will build an offshore wind power project with an investment of 160 billion yuan (about 23.5 billion U.S. dollars) in waters off eastern Jiangsu Province, according to the provincial government of Jiangsu.
On Sunday, the Jiangsu government and China Huaneng Group signed an agreement on the project with a planned installed capacity of over 10 million kilowatts.
The two sides will also cooperate to build an industrial base on the development, manufacturing, construction, and maintenance of offshore wind farms, according to the agreement.
"The project reflected China's strengthened efforts to build a system of clean, safe and high-efficient energy," said Shu Yinbiao, chairman of Huaneng.
The new wind-power project will help meet Jiangsu's increasing demand for energy, as the province is accelerating its pace of industrial restructuring, according to the Jiangsu government.
Wind has become China's third largest power source after coal and hydro. According to the Global Wind Energy Council, China ranked third in terms of the total installed capacity of offshore wind turbines, accounting for 11 percent of the world's total as of the end of 2016, after Britain and Germany.
https://lemarin.ouest-france.fr/secteur ... o-en-chineDernière éolienne installée au parc Wailuo en Chine
Publié le 26/12/2019 lemarin
La dernière des 36 éoliennes offshore du parc Wailuo dans la province de Guangdong, en Chine a été installée.
Le parc éolien en mer Wailuo comprend 36 éoliennes de 5,5 MW résistantes aux typhons. (Photo : Mingyang)
https://www.greenunivers.com/2020/01/eo ... 22-221408/Eolien en mer : Pékin sabrera dans les subventions dès 2022
Par Romain Chicheportiche- 10 janvier 2020
Le gouvernement chinois poursuit son désengagement dans le soutien financier aux énergies renouvelables. Après la baisse des subventions au solaire l’année dernière, justifiée par la diminution rapide des coûts de la technologie photovoltaïque, Pékin travaille déjà sur un calendrier pour l’éolien en mer. Les aides financières d’Etat pour les nouveaux parcs offshore pourraient disparaître dès 2022.
Proche de la maturité
Depuis 2018, la Chine est le premier marché mondial de l’éolien en mer, avec 1,8 GW installés pour cette seule année selon le GWEC, soit davantage que n’importe quel autre pays. La multiplication des projets, avec un pipeline estimé à... (abonnés)
https://www.evwind.es/2020/02/24/constr ... ject/73724Construction starts on chinese 2,200 MW offshore wind power project
February 24, 2020 evwind
China Three Gorges (CTG) has started construction on what the state-owned utility describes as offshore wind energy ‘’super projects’’ with a combined capacity of 2,200 MW.
The two wind farms are the 1,400 MW Yangjiang Shapa project off the city of Yangjiang, Guangdong Province, and the Jiangsu Rudong 800 MW (H6, H10) wind farm offshore Rudong County, Jiangsu Province.
In total, the two wind farms will feature 414 wind turbines expected to be commissioned by the end of 2021.
The combined value of the two wind power projects is CNY 42.4 billion (EUR 5.55 billion) and they are expected to produce about 7.2 billion kWh of electricity annually once fully operational.
Around 4,000 jobs are expected to be created during the construction of the two wind farms.
The 1,400 MW Yangjiang Shapa wind energy project is divided into five phases, with the phases two to five now starting simultaneously, CTG said, making this the largest offshore wind farm ever to enter construction in China.
The 300 MW Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 delivered first power at the end of November 2019.
https://www.evwind.es/2020/03/14/edf-to ... hina/74038EDF to carry out offshore wind energy project in China
March 14, 2020 evwind
China Energy Investment Corporation (China Energy) reported that it has signed an agreement with French energy giant EDF Group to jointly develop an offshore wind farm in east China’s Jiangsu province.
The joint venture wind turbines project has a total investment of 7.9 billion yuan ($ 1.13 billion) and is the first of its kind in offshore wind energy with domestic and foreign investment, the Chinese firm said.
With a total installed capacity of 502 megawatts, it is estimated that the wind power project will generate 1,390 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year, which is equivalent to 441,900 tons of standard coal and will satisfy the annual electricity demand of almost 2 million people, he explained. the company.
The project is located in Dongtai City, and is slated to be commissioned in early 2021.
The offshore wind power plant will be jointly financed, built and operated by China Energy and EDF Group.
China Energy said it will have a 62.5 percent stake in the joint venture, with the remainder being held by EDF Group.