Overall, installed wind capacity in China reached 91.42GW, increasing 16.1GW in 2013, according to the Global Wind Energy Council and Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA).
The figures show around 28% of China's installed capacity is still without a connection to the grid.
Electricity generated by wind power in 2013 was 140.10TWh.
The average turbine's operational period increased 151 hours on 2012 to 2,080 hours, which is a new high since 2005. The rise is largely thanks to the reduction of 2013's curtailment policy.
These figures indicate a recovery of the Chinese market after a gloomy year in 2012.
However, curtailment is still a big problem in China, which lost Chinese wind farms the opportunity to generate 15TWh of electricity in 2013, CWEA said.