Currently, China’s wind power installed capacity has reached 30,000 MW and it is expected to increase to 135,000 MW in 5 years and 513,000 MW in 20 years. In the next 20 years, China will add an average of roughly 25,000 MW of wind power installed capacity and invest more than 25 billion Euros in the wind power market every year. The land-based wind energy resource in Xinjiang accounts for 37% of the national total. By the end of 2015, Xinjiang’s wind power installed capacity will reach 60,000 MW.
Supported by Xinjiang Municipal Government and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the 4th Annual Advanced Wind Technology and Investment Summit 2011 will take place on 12-13 May 2011 in Urumqi, Xinjiang, China and will be attended by senior government officials, directors and technicians from China’s wind energy, wind turbine production bases and power groups who will discuss China’s newest industrial policies, advanced technology solutions for their plants growth, grid integration, and the most up-to-date progress reports on major projects across China. Confirmed speakers include Ken Xu, VP, Vestas China; Tong Tong, Marketing Director, Sinovel; Youchuan Tao, VP, CSIC; Yundong Wu, President, HeWind and Sebastian Meyer, Director, Azure International just to name a few.
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