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Jiangsu Longyuan Zhenhua Marine Engineering (Longyuan Zhenhua) has signed two new offshore wind contracts in China, one for two met masts off the Guandong province and the other for construction works on a project in the Liaoning province.
Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC) has delivered the Longyuan Zhenhua 3 jack-up vessel to Jiangsu Longyuan Zhenhua Marine Engineering, a 50-50 joint venture between ZPMC and Jiangsu Longyuan Offshore Wind Power that will use the vessel for the installation of wind turbine components off China’s coast.
Jiangsu Longyuan Zhenhua Marine Engineering has ordered an offshore wind installation platform with a lifting capacity of 2,500 tonnes from ZPMC.
Jiangsu Longyuan Zhenhua Marine Engineering has ordered a wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) at Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC). The wind turbine installation vessel will be 101 metres long, 43 metres wide, with a draft of 8.4 metres. The vessel will have a lifting capacity of 2,000 tons and will be delivered in 2018, ZPMC said. This is the […]
China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has put into operation the first 6.45MW turbine of the Dalian Zhuanghe offshore wind project. The 6.45MW unit is the country’s first low-temperature turbine and its launch marks the first commercial operation of an offshore wind project in northern China, CCCC said. The 300MW project is located in the Zhuanghe waters offshore Dalian in the […]
China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has installed the first out of the 36 5.5MW wind turbines on the 198MW Guangdong Yudean Zhanjiang Wailuo offshore wind farm. CCCC installed the first Mingyang Wind Power MySE5.5/7.0MW unit at the site offshore Guangdong Province, China, in six days, the company said. The project is being developed by Guangdong Yuedian Qujie Wind Power, […]
Guangdong Yuedian Qujie Wind Power has invested CNY 3.74 billion (approx. EUR 482 million) in the construction of the first phase of China’s Guangdong Yudean Zhanjiang Wailuo offshore wind farm, according to Chinese stock exchange websites.
Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC) launched a new self-propelled offshore wind installation vessel on 28 October. The vessel, named Longyuan Zhenhua 3, has a lifting capacity of 2,000t and a maximum lifting height of 120m.
Two Siemens 4MW turbines were installed off Taiwanese coast in October, representing the completion of the first phase of the Formosa 1 offshore wind farm, which is set to comprise 32 turbines by 2019. Both the foundations and turbines were installed by using the vessel M/V TORBEN, formerly known as Friedrich Ernestine, owned by RWE Offshore […]
IHC IQIP today informed its S-2000 Hydrohammer was used to install two monopiles for the first two Formosa 1 offshore wind turbines in Taiwan. The company delivered the S-2000 Hydroammer with a 5.5m pile sleeve to Jiangsu Longyuan Zhenhua Marine Engineering Co. Ltd, which carried out the installation of foundations for the project, developed by Swancor/Formosa Wind Power […]
IHC Hydrohammer, a business unit of the Dutch based Royal IHC, recently commissioned the S-1800 Hydrohammer with 5.5m Pile Guiding for the Chinese offshore wind market. Jiangsu Longyuan Zhenhua Marine Engineering, a joint venture between ZPMC and Longyuan, is using the S-1800 hydraulic piling hammer to drive flanged monopiles for the Longyuan Jiangsu Rudong Offshore Wind Farm into the […]
The Offshore Wind China Conference & Exhibition, the Wind Farm O&M China Conference & Exhibition and Distributed Generation China will take place concurrently at Shanghai Mart in Shanghai on 2-4 July 2014. As organizers, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Committee, the China National Renewable Energy Centre and Shanghai International […]
Longyuan Zhenhua Offshore Engineering, a joint venture between Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry (ZPMC) and Jiangsu Longyuan Power Group, has won a contract to install 38 Siemens 4MW wind turbines off Rudong, Jiangsu for (China General Nuclear Power Group) CGN. The contract is worth CNY 160 million (USD 25.6 million) and covers work that will be done over some nine months. […]