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Shanghai Rudong Wind Power, China

Supporting China’s green growth by enhancing renewable energy capacity to meet growing energy demands.

Project overview

  • Region: Asia

  • Project type: Renewable energy

  • Standards: CDM

This project is an onshore wind farm with installed capacity of 100MW, located in Rudong County along the Huanghai Sea coastline of Jiangsu province, China. The project is validated and verified under the Clean Development Mechanism and is aiding China in an essential switch to renewable energy to meet its rapidly increasing energy demand. The project consists of 50 wind turbines, each carrying an installed capacity of 2MW.

Sustainable Development Goals

In addition to delivering emissions reductions to help take urgent action to combat climate change (SDG 13), the project is delivering other benefits. The contributions towards the SDGs have been indicatively measured but need to be confirmed by the project developers: 

  • Affordable and Clean Energy: By displacing equivalent electricity supplied by East China Power Grid, which is predominantly powered by fossil fuel-fired generation, the project helps East China’s rapidly growing demand for power consumption be met by renewable energy.
  • Decent Work and Economic Growth: The project employs around 30 individuals in the daily operation and maintenance of the wind farm. 
  • Quality Education: The project developers hosted a wind power class in Jiangsu Nantong Engineering Institute, with 30 students participating in the first phase. Alongside the original curriculum, wind park operation courses have been added to help those with management and technical expertise to gain university degrees through wind power knowledge.

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