Wind Power Solutions
Wind power generation refers to converting the kinetic energy of the wind into electrical energy. Wind energy is a clean and pollution-free renewable energy source that has been utilized by people for a long time, mainly through windmills to pump water and grind surfaces. People are interested in how to use wind to generate electricity.
Utilizing wind power generation is very environmentally friendly and has a huge amount of wind energy, therefore it is increasingly receiving attention from countries around the world.
China is rich in wind energy resources, with a exploitable wind energy reserve of about 1 billion kW. Among them, the onshore wind energy reserve is about 253 million kW (calculated based on data from a height of 10 meters above the ground on land), and the offshore wind energy reserve that can be developed and utilized is about 750 million kW, totaling 1 billion kW. At the end of 2003, the installed capacity of electricity in China was approximately 567 million kW.
Wind is one of the pollution-free energy sources. And it is inexhaustible and inexhaustible. For coastal islands, grasslands, pastoral areas, mountainous areas, and plateau areas that are short of water, fuel, and transportation, using wind power according to local conditions is very suitable and promising. Offshore wind power is an important field for the development of renewable energy, an important force in promoting technological progress and industrial upgrading of wind power, and an important measure to promote energy structure adjustment. China has abundant offshore wind energy resources, and accelerating the construction of offshore wind power projects is of great significance for promoting the governance of major haze in coastal areas, adjusting energy structure, and transforming economic development mode.
According to data released by the National Energy Administration on September 11, 2015, by the end of July 2015, two projects included in the offshore wind power development and construction plan had been completed and put into operation, with an installed capacity of 61000 kilowatts. Nine projects were approved for construction, with an installed capacity of 1.702 million kilowatts. Six projects were approved for construction, with an installed capacity of 1.54 million kilowatts. This is far from the 44 projects with a total installed capacity of 10.53 million kilowatts planned by the National Energy Administration's "National Offshore Wind Power Development and Construction Plan (2014-2016)" at the end of 2014. Therefore, the National Energy Administration requires further efforts to develop and construct offshore wind power, and to accelerate the promotion of offshore wind power development.