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Inner Mongolia moves towards energy era

Update Time:2014-07-25 10:20:33 Writer:Sunningpower Source:News

Inner Mongolia abounds in wind energy resources and is close to power grid load centers for North, Northeast and Northwest China. The region has an edge in land environment protection, power grid construction and installed electric power capacity. It has been named a national wind power base.  

The local government proposed to build Inner Mongolia into a clean energy export facility for North China in its development strategy "8337." All parties are striving to realize the dream of establishing a wind power version of the Three Gorges in the region.

Local wind power longs to go out

Huitengliang prairie resembled a forest of windmills on May 22. It has abundant, steady and sustainable wind energy.  

"Many plants were established here because of the quality wind energy here," said Guo Wei, head of the Huitengliang Wind Farm with Shenhua Guohua (Xilin Gol) New Energy.

A siren from the control room broke in Guo's explanation. Guo went on to explain that the siren means electric quantity has gone beyond the limit and wind power production has to be controlled, which requires halting many windmills.

As head of a wind power plant, Guo wants to produce as much electric power as possible, but there's nothing he can do when being faced with the power restriction order.

"The wind speed has reached 12 meters per second at the moment, greatly increasing electric energy production, but so many plants generating power could crush the power grid," said Guo.

Data from the monthly power generation chart showed that Huitengliang Wind Farm lost 9 million kilowatt-hours in January and more than 10 million in April.

Faced with the dilemma, Guo hopes that there can be an ultrahigh pressure electric power delivery channel that can send Huitengliang’s wind power across the nation.

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