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China’s wind power output surge

China’s wind power output surge

According to the latest statistics released by the National Energy Administration, China, the world’s largest wind power producer, saw its wind power output surge 41% YoY to 100.8 terawatt hours last year.

The wind power output last year accounted for about 2% of the country’s total on grid electricity.

As of the end of last year, the country’s on-grid wind power capacity had increased to 62.66 gigawatt hours, 14.82 GW or 31% more than a year ago.

By the end of 2012, China had built 1,445 wind farms with 52,827 wind turbines throughout the mainland. The figure included about 1,000 state-owned wind farms, 150 privately owned wind farms

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