Wind Power Generation

As the first enterprise engaged in wind power generation in China, Longyuan Group threw itself into the cause of wind power at the end of the 1980s. Having accumulated rich experiences, Longyuan Group has been taking the lead in the sector of wind power in China for years.

The construction of Xinjiang Dabancheng Wind Farm, Longyuan Group started at the end of the 1980s. And the wind farm once had maintained its glory as the largest wind farm in China in a fairly long period of time.

Shantou Fuao Wind Farm that Longyuan Group started to build in 1994, which was put into operation to generate electric power in 1995, is the first wind power project commercially developed in China.

Since the beginning of the 21st Century, Longyuan Group has observantly grasped the latest trends of sustainable development and those at the level of national policies; it has decidedly proposed its strategic planning for making efforts to develop new energies with priority given to wind power. Since 2005, the wind power installed capacity of Longyuan Group has realized its growth at a rate of nearly 100% year on year.

On Dec. 31, 2009, the holding installed wind power capacity of the Company was 4503.5 MW, ranking fifth in the world and first in Asia.

Business Flow of Wind Power Development

Concluding an agreement on development →Wind measurement→Feasibility analysis →Examination and approval from the government→Construction of the wind farm

Concession Wind Power Projects

To accelerate the scale development and commercialized operations of wind power in China, the Chinese government has adopted the development pattern of the government will select out certain wind power projects, invite investors to attend biddings, and designate investors with the electricity price as a benchmark.

Up till Dec. 31, 2009, Longyuan Group has successfully obtained the right to develop and manage three national concession projects, namely, the Bayin Concession Project at Baotou, Inner Mongolia, the Phase-I Concession Project at Tongyu, Jilin, and the Phase-II concession Project at Rudong, Jiangsu.