IPP | Staff Reporter, China

CGN Wind Energy plugs in first 6 turbines at 150MW offshore wind farm

The farm's annual generation is projected at 400m kWh.

The first 6 wind turbines of the Demonstration Project of 150 MW Offshore Wind Farm in Rudong, Jiangsu, called the “Rudong Project” were successfully connected to the power grid on January 28. 

The Project was developed and constructed independently by China General Nuclear Power Corporation. 

The Rudong Offshore Wind Power Project of CGN plans to install 38 sets of 4 MW wind power generating units with a total installed capacity of 152 MW. The power generated by the 38 sets of wind power generating units is gathered and sent to the 110 kV offshore step-up substation through 6 circuits of 35 kV submarine cables, then to the onshore 220 kV step-up substation through 2 circuits of 110 kV submarine cables,and finally to the power grid through 1 circuit of 220 kV overhead transmission line.

The annual power generation of the Rudong Project is estimated to be about 400 million kWh.

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