First Rudong Monopile in Water

China Huaneng Group’s first offshore wind project entered construction phase when the 105-tonne monopile foundation was installed offshore Baxianjiao, Rudong late last month.

The 300MW Rudong offshore wind farm will comprise 50 turbines of 4MW and 20 turbines of 5MW covering an area of 82 square kilometres.

The first batch of turbines is expected to go online by the end of 2016, while the project will generate up to 746 million kilowatt hours a year according to the developer.

OffshoreWIND staff; Image: chng
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