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Dalian Wafangdian Wind Power Project of SPIC Northeast Company was approved

Seetao 2022-06-13 15:36
  • Xianyuwan 300MW Onshore Wind Power Project and Xietun 200MW Onshore Wind Power Project, with a total investment of 3.2 billion yuan
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Recently, Northeast Electric Power Co., Ltd. of State Power Investment Corporation announced that two onshore wind power projects (total 500MW) of Dalian Wafangdian, Northeast Company, have been approved by Dalian Development and Reform Commission respectively. So far, the approved capacity of the company's wind power base project has reached 1500MW during the year. .

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It is understood that SPIC Northeast Company is the largest power generation and heating enterprise in Liaoning Province. The approved wind power base project is located in Wafangdian, Dalian, and is an important part of the company's demonstration project of building a clean energy industry cluster in Dalian. The project is planned to install 100 5-megawatt wind turbines and support the construction of energy storage facilities, with a total investment of nearly 3.2 billion yuan. After the project is completed and put into operation, it is expected to provide a total of 1.452 billion kWh of green electricity each year, save about 443,300 tons of standard coal, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by about 1,209,700 tons. It has significant economic, social and ecological environmental protection benefits and will be implemented for Dalian City. "Double carbon" goals and the construction of a new power system with new energy as the main body provide strong support.

After entering the 14th Five-Year Plan, SPIC Northeast Company has thoroughly implemented the spirit of the strategic cooperation agreement between SPIC and the provincial government, closely followed the path of Liaoning's 14th Five-Year Plan, adhered to the "new energy +" drive, and focused on the development of new energy bases. Lead, actively plan the construction of clean energy industry cluster demonstration projects. Editor/He Yuting