The State Grid Corporation of China has announced that 68.5GW of grid power consumption capacity will be added to the regions under SGCC’s business administration to accommodate newly installed wind and solar capacity in 2020.
The National Energy Administration recently released data on China’s electricity consumption during the first four months of the year.
The Hebei Province DRC revealed details of 2.75GW of grid parity solar projects that will be developed without central government subsidy in 2020.
On May 19, the 5th Global Offshore Wind Summit was hosted online by CWEEA (China Wind Energy Equipment Association).
On May 13, the local authority of Liaoning Province announced the “Wind Power Development Plan”, making it the first province in China to release the official announcement in support of the decommissioning and repowering of existing wind farms.
Huang Limin, leader of the Mingyang Smart Wind Power Nacelle Assembly Project, revealed that the Mingyang Shanwei Offshore Wind Power Industrial Park will be completed in June and put into production beginning August 2020.