Longyuan profits on wind strength

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Goldwind engineers peer down during routine maintenance of a wind turbine at the Longyuan Rudong Intertidal Demonstration in Rudong, Jiangsu Province, China. China's largest offshore wind farm sits in a difficult location where high tide puts the turbines in three meters of water, but low tide brings them out of the water completely.

Engineers at the Longyuan Rudong Intertidal Demonstration in Rudong, China's Jiangsu province

Longyuan recorded a net profit of 719m yuan ($114.9m) in the first quarter, as revenue from its wind power business surged 16.8% on the year to 2.79 billion yuan.

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