Project Type



Project Period

2012 – 2022

Project Location

China – Inner Mongolia Province

In the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia, electricity demand has continuously outstripped supply. The Mongolia Jingneng wind pharm project is built as a grid-connected 49.5 MWh electricity plant that utilize the wind resources near the town Zhengxiangbaiqi to create a stable supply of renewable energy.

The Wind Farm consists of 33 wind turbines with a capacity of 1500KWh each, delivering a stable and clean 49.5mw of electricity to the North China Power Grid. The project delivers an annual output of 101,976 MWh of power and displaces an equal amount of electricity from the grid that is currently dominated by fossil-fuel fired power plants. Compared to the business as usual scenario, the project achieves 96,899 tCO2e of GHG emission reductions annually.
The project contributes to local sustainable development by:
–   Reducing fossil fuel consumption for power generation, avoiding toxic substances such as sulfur dioxide nitrogen dioxide and dust which cause local environmental pollution and acid rain.
–   Accelerating the commercialization of renewable energy technologies and stimulating the growth of the wind power industry in China.
–   Create many permanent employment opportunities for local people during operation.


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