Siemens and Shanghai Electric plan 300MW

Shanghai Electric supplied the Donghai Bridge wind farm

Shanghai Electric supplied the Donghai Bridge wind farm

A Siemens-Shanghai Electric joint venture plans to install around 300MW of onshore wind farms in China this year, according to the Chinese end of the partnership.

Two joint ventures grouping the wind power operations of Siemens and Shanghai Electric formally started operations in China in July last year, following an agreement signed in December 2011, says Arthur Leung, Shanghai Electric company secretary and deputy head of investor relations.

The ventures recently supplied a 50MW wind farm in Shandong province owned by Guohua, part of China’s coal giant Shenhua Group. The Guangrao project uses turbines based on Siemens technology.

The joint ventures have already received other orders for onshore wind farms and plan to install Log in to read complete article.

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