LM Wind Power to supply blades for CSIC HZ Windpower’s new 5 MW offshore turbine in China

    LM Wind Power announces strategic collaboration with Chinese wind turbine manufacturer CSIC (China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation) HZ Windpower to deliver blades for its newly launched H151-5.0MW platform.

    The blades will be delivered from LM Wind Power’s plant in Jiangyin. The first sets are expected to be installed in Q4 2016 at Rudong wind farm.

    The announcement was made at
    CWP (China Wind Power) 2016 in Beijing at a product launch ceremony where CSIC HZ Windpower received the type certificate for the new offshore turbine. LM Wind Power’s CEO, Marc de Jong, who attended the event stated:

    “It is a great pleasure to support CSIC
    HZ Windpower, a pioneer and leading player in the development of the offshore wind market in China, and launch their new offshore wind turbine platform.  This deal strengthens LM Wind Power’s growth in China and emphasizes the importance of highly reliable and efficient blades as a key factor for expanding the growing offshore sector.”

    Read the full press release here.

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