Inner Mongolia's installed wind power ranks first in China

14:56, April 02, 2011      

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The installed capacity of the grid-connected wind power in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region reached 10.9 million kilowatts by February 2011, making it China's first region to possess 10 million kilowatts of grid-connected installed wind power.

Inner Mongolia is also far ahead of other regions, provinces and cities in indicators such as the dissolved and absorbed proportion of the power grid.

Zhang Fusheng, general manager of the Inner Mongolia Electric Power (Group) Company, said that by the end of 2010, the installed capacity of grid-connected wind power in western Inner Mongolia accounted for more than 16 percent of the total installed capacity of the overall power grid alignment as well as 32 percent of the maximum generating load of the power grid and 38 percent of the maximum power supply load of the power grid.

By People's Daily Online

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