China's largest wind energy developer brought in CNY 2.8 billion ($454 million) in revenues from its wind energy business, a 17% increase on the same period last year.
This was in contrast to the performance of the company's coal power division, which saw its revenues fall by 20%.
Energy generated from wind power was up 9% on a year ago at 5.88TWh, while energy from coal fell by 11% to 2.34TWh.
The strong showing from the wind division, combined with a fall in expenses, led to an increase in group profit, from CNY 883,573 to CNY 972,373.
China's wind energy market is back on track after its recent slump, with grid-connected wind power standing at 75.48GW by the end of 2013, up by 24% with 14.06GW of newly added capacity, according to China Electricity Council's latest report.
The improvement of the grid and the connection of a large number of turbines that had been standing idle waiting for a grid link will no doubt have been a boon to Longyuan, although there is still 16GW waiting for connection in the country.