China Power Investment Corporation has signed a land use agreement with the people's government of Duchang County, Jiangxi province in east China, enabling it to develop wind projects in the Jishan Lake suburban area on the northeast bank of the Poyang Lake. While as much as 1200 MW of wind capacity is expected to be developed in the Poyang area in the long term, China Power's immediate plans are modest. It hopes to install 20, 1.5 MW turbines for a CNY 340 million ($45.3 million) first phase of its Jishan Lake wind farm.
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