- Published: 29 April 2019
- NEA releases 2022 thermal power plan and construction risk warning
- Mingyang wins bid for 1,400MW of offshore wind projects
- Data shows wind power generation reached 104TWh, increased 6.1% between January and March
- HEAG signs an 800MW wind resource development agreement with the Panshi Government
- Beijing establishes “Belt and Road” energy partnership with 30 countries
NEA releases 2022 thermal power plan and construction risk warning
The National Energy Administration (NEA) has released the 2022 thermal power plan and construction risk warning to support decision-making and deployment of structural reforms in the thermal energy sector. (NEA)
The thermal installation margin is a binding indicator that reflects the redundancy of local thermal power installation and power supply. The early warning financial indicator for thermal power construction is a recommended indicator, which reflects the economics of self-use thermal power projects in the province and provides decision-making reference for the planning and construction of thermal power projects.
Mingyang wins bid for 1,400MW of offshore wind projects
Mingyang has won the bid for the procurement of wind turbines for CGN’s Shanwei Offshore Wind Power Project, for a total capacity of 1,400MW, and a total bidding price of 8,602.49 million CNY, which indicates a WTG price of 6,144 CNY/kW. (CGN)
As Goldwind’s bids in the Shanwei Houhu project and Jiazi I & II projects are only 0.55% and 1.25%, respectively, higher than those of Mingyang’s, it can be seen that current bidding for offshore wind turbines is becoming more and more competitive. These prices for ~6MW range turbines are also significantly lower than 1 year ago, when the same turbines were bidding in the 8k range.
Q1 wind power generation reaches 104TWh, increasing 6.1% YoY
By the end of March 2018, China’s total installed capacity reached 1,810GW, which included 310GW from Hydro, 1,010GW from Thermal, 85GW from Gas, 46GW from Nuclear, 190GW from Wind and 130GW from Solar. Between January and March, total power generation reached 1,674.7TWh, a 4.2% increase, and included 104TWh of Wind power generation, a 6.1% increase. (CEC)
HEAG (Huayi) signs an 800MW wind resource development agreement with the Panshi Government
According to the agreement signed by Huayi Wind Energy (HEAG) and the Panshi (Jilin Province) Government on April 24, the former is declared the only resource developer in the development area, which includes Jichang Town, Sanpeng Town, Mingcheng Town, Yantaishan Town, Shizui Town, Baoshan Township, Niuxin Town and Futai Town of Panshi City. Furthermore, Panshi’s Hongqiling Town has invested in the development of wind resources with a total scale of 800MW. (HEAG)
According to the “wind power investment risk warning” released by the NEA, the risk warning for Jilin wind changed from red to green, meaning that curtailment issues in Jilin area been significantly reduced and Jilin has been given the green light to continue developing wind power construction.
Beijing establishes “Belt and Road” energy partnership with 30 countries
On April 25, energy ministers, ambassadors to China and high-level representatives of energy authorities from 35 countries attended the “Belt and Road” energy partnership ceremony in Beijing. The partnership will promote intergovernmental policy exchanges and cooperative intent communication, build a bilateral and multilateral project cooperation and technology exchange platform, and promote pragmatic cooperation in the energy field between the 30 member countries. (NEA)