China’s Huaneng Wins $332 M Wind Power Plant Contract

Beijing, China [Antara News/Asia Pulse] North United Power, a subsidiary of leading Chinese power producer Huaneng Group, has won a contract to build a wind power plant in Xilin Gol League of China’s northern Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Requiring total investment of 2.63 billion yuan (US$332.71 million), the new project will have 200 power-generating units with combined capacity of 300,000 kilowatts. Construction of the project will start in 2007 and is scheduled for completion in 2010.


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