Dafeng Offshore Wind Farm Longyuan is a 200MW offshore wind power project. The project is located in East China Sea, Jiangsu, China. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. The project construction commenced in 2016 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in November 2017.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Offshore||200||200||–||Active||Jiangsu, China||China Longyuan Power Group|
The project was developed by China Longyuan Power Group.
The wind turbines in the project are installed on fixed foundations. An array of monopile foundations feature in the project.
The project generates 700,000MWh of electricity.
The project is currently active. The project construction commenced in 2016 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in November 2017.
Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology was selected as the turbine supplier for the wind power project. The project consists of 80 units of GW 2.5/109 turbines, each with 2.5MW nameplate capacity.
About China Longyuan Power Group
China Longyuan Power Group Corp Ltd (CLPGC), a subsidiary of China Energy Investment Corporation Ltd designs, develops, constructs, manages and operates wind farms. It generates and sells electricity to the local grid companies. The company operates power projects such as thermal, solar, tidal, biomass and geothermal. It offers consultation, repair, maintenance and training services to wind farms and various renewable power plants. CLPGC also undertakes the development of offshore wind power and wind power at high altitudes and low wind speed area. In addition, the company develops the carbon credits generated by its renewable energy projects. It has operations across China, Canada and South Africa. CLPGC is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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