Inner Mongolia Huitengxile Huadian Kulun is a 201MW onshore wind power project. It is located in Inner Mongolia, China. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in August 2009.

Project Type Total Capacity (MW) Active Capacity (MW) Pipeline Capacity (MW) Project Status Project Location Project Developer
Onshore 201 201 Active Inner Mongolia, China Inner Mongolia Huadian Power Huitengxile Wind Power


The project is developed and owned by Inner Mongolia Huadian Power Huitengxile Wind Power.

The project generates 496,530MWh electricity and supplies enough clean energy to power 24,329 households, offsetting 523,765t of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) a year. The project cost is $306.525m.

Development Status

The project is currently active. The project got commissioned in August 2009.

Contractors Involved

Sinovel Wind Group was selected as the turbine supplier for the wind power project. The company provided 134 units of SL1500/82 turbines, each with 1.5MW nameplate capacity.

About Inner Mongolia Huadian Power Huitengxile Wind Power

Inner Mongolia Huadian Power Huitengxile Wind Power Co., Ltd. (Inner Mongolia) is a service oriented company, engaged in providing wind energy serivces. Inner Mongolia is affiliated to the China Huadian Corporation. The company was formed to develop wind farms in China. The company’s 100.25 MW wind farm project is the first wind farm project of China Huadian Corporation. Inner Mongolia has engaged in a partnership with Carbon Asset Management Sweden AB to develop Huadian Kulun 201MW wind farm project. The company is engaged in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region project for the installation of 95 wind turbines, of which 30 has capacity of 1,500 kilowatt (KW) and 65 turbines with a capacity of 850 kW. The company is headquartered in Hohhot, China.


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