The 49.5 MW Changtu wind farm in northeast China's Liaoning Province was commissioned in December. Developed by Liaoning Energy Investment Group, which has a 75% controlling stake, and Hong Kong Xiehe Energy Holding, the CNY 428.89 million ($55.17 million) project comprises 66, 750 kW turbines built by China's Goldwind under licence from Germany's Repower. They will supply about 100 million kWh a year.
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