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China sets its sights on 600 MW at sea

Ambitious plans for a 600 MW offshore wind plant to form the third phase of the Rudong wind development in China have been submitted to the Jiangsu provincial government for approval. If the plans receive the given the go ahead, the CNY 6 billion ($725 million) project will be the largest of its kind in the country. The 100 MW first phase and 150 MW second phases of Rudong's wind development are, respectively, under construction by private developer Huarui Group and the state owned Longyuan Electric Power Corporation.

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