China Wind Power breaks ground for 198 MW wind project

Toronto, September 20, 2011 — China Wind Power International Corp., an independent wind power producer in China, has broken ground on its 198 MW Phase III wind energy development planned for Du Mon County in Heilongjiang Province.

Foundation work is now under way to prepare for the installation of the 132 wind turbines planned for Phase III.

Construction at Phase III is slated for completion by the end of the second quarter of calendar 2012. When completed, the 198 MW project (to be comprised of four wind farms, each with a total output of 49.5 MW) is expected to generate about 400 million kWh per year.

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