Double delight for China Three Gorges

4C Offshore | Tom Russell
By: 03/12/2021 CTG
China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG) has celebrated milestones for two of its offshore wind farms in China. This includes completing the installation of wind turbines for the furthest offshore wind farm in China and commissioning another project in in Yangjiang

CTG completed the installation of all the wind turbines at its
Dafeng offshore wind power project in Jiangsu on 28 November. The project is located in the northern sea of Maozhusha, Dafeng District, and is the furthest offshore wind power project in China is 72 kilometers away from the shore.

The Dafeng project consists of 38 turbines each with a 4.5-MW capacity and a further 20 turbines with a 6.45-MW capacity. It is among the first deomestic projects to use high voltage substations.

CTG also celebrated the commissioning of
Phase II of the Shapa offshore wind power project in Yangjiang. It went into full operation on 27 November, delivering electricity to Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Located in the western sea of Shapa, the project features 62 turbines with a 6.45-MW capacity each. With a total installed capacity of 400 MW.

For more information on offshore wind farm in China, click here.