China first 1 million kw onshore wind project launches in Inner Mongolia

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A giant onshore wind power project with a generation capacity of 1 million kilowatts was put into operation after being connected to the national power grid for electric power supply in the Xing’an League of north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on June 29, 2022.

It signifies the entry into operation of China’s first 1 million kilowatt-grade single-unit onshore wind power project. The mega project has been built and installed in the first phase of China’s Xing’an League Three Million Kilowatts Wind Power Base built by China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN). The construction of the other two 1 million kilowatt-grade onshore wind power projects in the region is still underway.

The first 1 million-kilowatt project, which is a mountainous wind farm, is capable of generating more than 3 billion kWh on-grid electricity annually. It can save more than 920,000 tonnes of standard coal and reduce nearly 2.5 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year.

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