Longyuan Gets Approval for 170 Megawatts of Wind Farms in China

Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) — China’s biggest wind-farm developer
received approval to start preliminary work on two projects in
the southern province of Guangxi with a total of 170 megawatts
of capacity.

China Longyuan Power Group Corp.’s Guangxi unit is planning
a 60-megawatt project in Nanning city and another in Qinzhou
city with 110 megawatts of capacity, according to a statement on
the website of the company’s parent China Guodian Corp.

The unit has received approval for preliminary work on 300
megawatts of wind farms this year in the province.

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