Typhoon-defiant – Qingzhou offshore wind farm
The Qingzhou offshore wind farm, located in the often turbulent waters of the South China Sea, began producing green power at the end of 2023. Here’s what we know about its features and capabilities.
World market domination – China’s surge in wind energy
The Global Wind Energy Council, based in Brussels, has released figures that paint a striking picture of China’s burgeoning role in the global wind energy market. As of 2022, Chinese manufacturers have been responsible for supplying an astonishing 60% of the world’s installed wind turbines — a testament to the country’s rapidly expanding influence in the industry.
Gales and gills – The world’s first renewable energy and aquaculture project
Shanghai Electric Wind Power Group has proudly announced the completion of a pioneering offshore renewable energy project, combining floating wind power with deep-sea aquaculture. This landmark project, situated in the National Marine Ranching Demonstration Zone, is located off Nanri Island in the coastal waters of Putian, Fujian Province, China.