The company had installed a total of 1.4GW grid-connected wind turbines by the end of 2013 and reported a turnover of CNY 1.08 billion ($164 million) last year, of which about CNY 1.06 billion ($173 million) or 98.1% came from wind.
When the company launches the offer on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in June, it will become the first major wind developer listed on the country's A-share market.
Other major wind developers, such as Longyuan Electric, Huaneng Renewables and Datang Renewable Power have been listed as H-shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
A company on China's mainland can be listed on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges. The result is an A-share, which is traded in Chinese yuan.
The same company may also be listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange, but this will result in an H-share that is traded in other currencies, such as HK dollars or US dollars.
Turbine manufacturer Goldwind is also listed on the A-share market. And other major A-share listed power-generating companies, such as Huadian Power International, Huaneng Power International and SDIC Power Holdings, have minor wind power business.
CECWPC is a state-owned company, in which the China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group (CECEP) has a controlling stake. The firm was founded in January 2006 and has focused on the development, operation and maintenance of wind farms.