CNOOC connects a 300 MW offshore wind project to the Chinese grid
The Chinese state-owned oil and gas company CNOOC has connected its first 300 MW offshore wind project to the Chinese grid. Located off the coast of Jiangsu Province, the project is expected to be fully commissioned by the end of 2020, with an average production of 860 GWh/year.
Wind accounts for 10% of China’s installed capacity, with 210 GW (2019). As of September 2020, more than 18 GW are under construction, and over 35 GW under development.
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