Wind power

Jingneng 1 million kW wind power base project approved!

Seetao 2022-10-17 17:47
  • Inner Mongolia has made it clear that the installed scale of new energy power generation will exceed that of thermal power by 2025
  • The project is located in Horqin Left Wing Back Banner, Tongliao City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, with a total investment of about 6.94 billion yuan
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Under the background of accelerating global energy transition, China's renewable energy system construction is accelerating. Beijing Energy International, a subsidiary company of Jingneng Group, has recently been approved by the Tongliao Energy Bureau of Inner Mongolia, and included in the second batch of national large-scale wind power and photovoltaic base construction projects focused on desert, Gobi and desert areas. The project is located in Horqin Left Wing Back Banner, Tongliao City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, with a total installed capacity of 1 million kilowatts and a total investment of about 6.94 billion yuan.

Inner Mongolia is rich in wind and solar energy resources, ranking among the top in China. At the construction site of the 2 million kilowatt photovoltaic sand control project in Kubuqi, Mengxi, the largest photovoltaic sand control base in China, flexible supports are being erected to prepare for the installation of photovoltaic modules. At the same time of photovoltaic power generation, the project will also build the outer wind and sand resistance carbon sink forest belt, wind and green isolation belt, to achieve the function of sand control.

Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Inner Mongolia has continued to promote the adjustment of its industrial structure and energy structure. At present, more than one third of the installed electric power and more than one fifth of the electricity consumed by the whole society in Inner Mongolia come from new energy, and Inner Mongolia has become the largest green industrial base of new energy in China. Inner Mongolia has made it clear that the installed scale of new energy power generation will exceed thermal power generation by 2025, and the total amount of new energy power generation will exceed thermal power generation by 2030. Editor/Xu Shengpeng