Phase II project of the moshuo Vestas Inner Mongol

2022-07-25
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Vestas Inner Mongolia start-up wind turbine project phase II project of Vestas Inner Mongolia start-up wind turbine project phase II project of Vestas Inner Mongolia start-up wind turbine project China Construction Machinery Information. Tang MAHLE, President of Vestas China, said that the second phase of the project can produce wind power products suitable for different wind conditions and wind turbines involving rapid development of technology

the second phase of the wind turbine project built in Inner Mongolia by Vestas, a global wind energy industry leader, was recently launched in Hohhot

don Mahler, President of Vestas China, said that the second phase of the project can produce wind power generation products suitable for different wind conditions and all business links involving the R & D, production, sales, transportation and after-sales service of wind turbines. 800 wind turbines will be produced every year

the number of patent authorized countries has increased to 12. Vestas phase II project is located in Jinshan Development Zone of Hohhot, covering an area of 33.3 hectares. The project construction scale is to produce 800 850kW wind turbines per year, with a total investment of US $90million, including US $76.592 million in fixed assets and US $13.408 million in working capital. All the funds are invested by Vestas Wind System Co., Ltd

after the completion of phase II of the project, Vestas' manufacturing base in Hohhot will become a production base of the same type of products with leading technology in the same industry, marking that Vestas' production capacity in Hohhot in 2015 will not only serve the domestic market in China, but also the international wind power market

Vestas was founded in 1945 and is currently the largest wind turbine manufacturer in the world. The production base located in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia started construction in july2008, with an annual output of 800 sets of wind turbines

Inner Mongolia, a vast and sparsely populated region, ranks first in China in terms of wind energy reserves. At present, the installed and under construction scale of wind power in Inner Mongolia has exceeded 3million kW. It is expected that the installed scale of wind power will exceed 5million kW in 2010

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