China Three Gorges and Mingyang forge alliance

In: Windfarms
Wind turbine manufacturer Mingyang Smart Energy and state-owned power and wind farm development company China Three Gorges (CTG) have forged an offshore wind alliance. The two companies inked a framework cooperation agreement and supplementary agreement for offshore wind power projects.

The CTG Corporation was established on 27 September 1993 to construct the Three Gorges Dam project, one of the world's largest hydroelectric power plants, which went into operation in 2008. CTG is now one of the largest offshore wind developers in China, with projects off the coasts of Guangdong, Jiangsu, Longyuan and Fujian.

Established in 2006, Mingyang is headquartered in Zhongshan, Guangdong. It is one of the largest offshore turbine manufacturers in China with multi-GW orders predominately in Guangdong Province. Its current product range of offshore wind turbines includes semi-direct drive turbines with a capacity of 6 MW.

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