Wind power is expected to account for more than three percent of China’s total power output by 2015, according to the latest report issued by State Electricity Regulatory Commission, which means in the next few years, China will add an average of about 25 million KWs of wind power installed capacity and invest almost 34 billion US dollar in the wind power market every year. As the world’s largest wind power producer, China now houses 486 operational wind farms with a combined installed capacity of 39.24 GW.
Following the successful 4th Annual Wind Technology and Investment Summit in Urumqi, 5th Annual Wind Technology and Investment Summit is going to be held in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia in May 2012. The conference will feature the most prominent industry leaders and government officials from across the globe to provide informative and inspiring discussions. It will allow both speakers and attendees to hear and exchange the best practice and solutions for their projects.