Binhai Beiqu Offshore Wind Power Project is a 500MW offshore wind power project. The project is located in Yellow Sea, Jiangsu, China. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. The project construction commenced in 2015 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in June 2016.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Offshore||500||500||–||Active||Jiangsu, China||China Power Investment; SPIC Jiangsu Electric Power|
The project was developed by China Power Investment and SPIC Jiangsu Electric Power. SPIC Jiangsu Electric Power and State Power Investment are currently owning the project.
The wind turbines in the Binhai North Phase 2 are installed on fixed foundations. An array of monopile foundations feature in the phase.
The project is currently active. The project construction commenced in 2015 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in June 2016.
Shanghai Electric Wind Power Equipment was selected as the turbine supplier for the wind power project. The project consists of 125 units of SWT 4.0-130 turbines, each with 4MW nameplate capacity.
About China Power Investment
State Power Investment Corp Ltd (SPIC), established by the merger of China Power Investment Corp and State Nuclear Power Technology Corp, is a state-owned power generator enterprise. The company owns and operates power generation plants and offers hydro-power, thermal power, nuclear power and new energy generation services. The company carries out research and development, designing, and manufacturing of nuclear power components and equipment. SPIC’s business activities include project contracting, mining investments, life cycle services and technical supports. The company operates in China, Japan, Malta, Australia, India, Turkey, Pakistan, Brazil and Myanmar. SPIC is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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