The largest single offshore wind power project in China will be put into operation and the whole site will be connected to the grid by the end of 2020

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 The largest single offshore wind power project in China will be put into operation and the whole site will be connected to the grid by the end of 2020


On November 2, the reporter of economic observation network learned from cnpec that the project is the first offshore wind power project in China to adopt the underwater high strain detection of offshore wind power project, and also the first offshore wind power project in China to successfully complete the underwater grouting operation of the basic jacket of the 30 meter deep water fan.

According to the plan, the project will complete the power generation of 20 fans by the end of 2019 and realize the grid connection of the whole site by the end of 2020. The Yangjiang NANPENG Island offshore wind power project of CGN is located in the south of Dongping Town, Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province, and the southeast of Hailing Island. It is planned to arrange 73 5.5MW wind power units with a total installed capacity of 401.5mw. At the same time, a 220kV sea rising pressure station and a onshore centralized control center will be built. After the completion of the project, the annual on grid power is about 1.015 billion kwh. Compared with coal-fired power plants of the same scale, it can save 311500 tons of standard coal, 20600 tons of ash and 808800 tons of carbon dioxide annually. It is reported that NANPENG Island offshore wind power project was started on May 10, 2018, and the construction of offshore main works was started on October 15 of the same year. Source: editor in charge of economic observation network: Guo Ruichao ufe50 nf2003

According to the plan, the project will complete the power generation of 20 fans by the end of 2019 and realize the grid connection of the whole site by the end of 2020.

It is reported that NANPENG Island offshore wind power project was started on May 10, 2018, and the construction of offshore main works was started on October 15 of the same year.