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April 22 (SeeNews) - Chinese wind turbine maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology (HKG:2208) Wednesday said it will equip and construct the 120-MW Golden Valley wind park in South Africa under a deal with project developer BioTherm Energy.
The contract was signed with the domestic independent power producer (IPP) on April 16. As part of the deal, Goldwind will deliver 48 units of 2.5-MW direct-drive permanent magnetic wind turbines and will serve as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor.
The wind park will be located in Eastern Cape. Earlier this month, BioTherm Energy won an off-take contract for the farm, which was selected as a preferred bid in the fourth round of South Africa?s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement (REIPPP) programme.
This is Goldwind?s second contract award in Africa, following the 51-MW Adama wind farm in central Ethiopia. The company believes that the current deal will help expand its operations to other African countries.
: Goldwind's net profit surges by 390% y/y in Q1 201
April 24 (SeeNews) - Chinese wind turbine maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology (HKG:2208) said Friday its unaudited attributable net profit for the first quarter of 2015 has soared by 389.7% on the year to CNY 248.8 million (USD 40.2m/EUR 37m).
The firm saw its January-March net cash outflow from operating activities narrow to CNY 1.44 billion from CNY 1.91 billion in the corresponding period of 2014.
Goldwind's first-quarter revenue jumped by 77.92% year-on-year to CNY 2.55 billion, based on preliminary statistics. The company explained the increase with higher sales of wind turbine generators (WTGs) and from its downstream segment during the reporting period.
As at end-March, the group?s order backlog amounted to 6,837.75 MW, excluding 5,796 MW of orders awaiting final contracts. The company offers 750-kW, 1.5-MW, 2-MW, 2.5-MW and 3-MW direct-drive permanent magnet (DDPM) WTGs.
Earlier this week, Goldwind announced that it will equip and construct the 120-MW Golden Valley wind park in South Africa under a deal with project developer BioTherm Energy.
: Goldwind unit to issue up to USD 300m of overseas
June 11 (SeeNews) - Chinese wind turbine maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology (HKG:2208) said Tuesday its board has authorised a subsidiary to issue overseas bonds of not more than USD 300 billion (EUR 265.4m) in total.
The move is aimed at securing funds to improve the company?s debt structure. The proceeds will also support the firm's working capital.
Goldwind New Energy (HK) Investment Ltd will offer bonds with a term of up to three years on the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd, according to a statement. The annual interest rate of the papers is yet to be determined in accordance with the prevailing market conditions.
Bank of China Ltd will issue a standby letter of credit for the proposed bond placement. In turn, Goldwind may provide counter guarantee to the domestic financial institution.
The parent stressed that it has not inked any agreements in connection with the bonds sale so far.
June 12 (SeeNews) - Chinese wind turbine maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology (HKG:2208) said Friday it has been contracted to equip and construct the 32.5-MW Excelsior wind park in South Africa, booking its second deal in the country for 2015.
The project was awarded to the company in the fourth bid round of South Africa?s Renewable Energy IPP Procurement (REIPPP) programme, while the contract was signed with domestic independent power producer (IPP) BioTherm Energy on June 7. This announcement is made less than two months after Goldwind unveiled it had won the 120-MW Golden Valley wind project from the same developer. Both plants will be located in South Africa?s Eastern Cape province.
As part of the latest deal, Goldwind will deliver 13 units of 2.5-MW 109/2500 direct-drive permanent magnetic wind turbines and will serve as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the project.
Goldwind will continue to seek new opportunities in the emerging African markets, it noted. The company's first contract of the kind was for the 51-MW Adama wind farm in central Ethiopia.
CHINA: Goldwind has signed a cooperative framework agreement with the government of Fuzhou city and developer China Three Gorges Corporation (TGC) to build an offshore wind research centre. The park, located in Fuqing, in the Fujian province, east China, will have the capacity to manufacture and test offshore turbines, have a base for sales and facilities for maintenance, including personnel training, of offshore wind equipment.
The park is expected to require investments of approximately CNY4 billion ($644,000) in total. Upon completion, it is expected to generate CNY13 billion ($2 million) a year.
In this new strategic partnership, with the help of the local government's resources and TGC's capital strength, Goldwind wishes to build up the Fuzhou wind industrial park into an authoritative offshore wind research centre in the country, the company said. China's top manufacturer has only installed 109.5MW offshore to date.
China?s Goldwind seeks to expand Russian operations - report June 25 (SeeNews) - Chinese turbine maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology (HKG:2208) is interested in growing its presence in the Russian wind power market, RIA Novosti said Thursday, citing a company official.
Russia has always been a big market for the company?s products, Goldwind spokesman Tan Yin was cited as saying in an interview with the news agency. He also referred to an existing cooperation with Russia, aimed at developing wind power capacity in the country.
Goldwind offers wind turbine generators (WTGs) ranging from 600 kW to 6 MW and is also currently working on a new project for a 10-MW model, according to the report. It has more than 15,000 machines installed across 14 countries globally.
Thanks to its research and development (R&D) activities in the field of offshore wind power generation, Goldwind ranked as the third most innovative company in China, RIA Novosti noted.
Last week, the firm and sector player China Three Gorges Corp (CTG) unveiled plans to jointly develop an offshore wind power equipment industrial park and a research centre at home.
China?s wind power to triple by 2025, says GlobalData
112-MW Gamesa wind farm in China
While China?s installed wind capacity will triple from 115.6 Gigawatts (GW) in 2014 to an estimated 347.2 GW by 2025, global growth will begin to level off towards the end of the forecast period, with annual installations peaking at 56.8 GW in 2022, says research and consulting firm GlobalData.
The company?s latest report states that China?s wind power landscape in 2025 will be dominated by onshore capacity, which will account for 334.7 GW, representing just over 96% of all installations, with offshore wind accounting for a mere 12.4 GW of installed capacity.
According to Harshavardhan Reddy Nagatham, GlobalData?s Analyst covering Renewable Energy, a bottleneck in China?s wind energy sector has emerged following an impressive growth period, which saw installed capacity increase almost twenty-fold from just 5.9 GW since 2007.
Nagatham says: ?The slowdown has been caused by the inability of China?s underdeveloped electrical grid to accommodate the increasing number of wind turbines in remote areas.
?Although recent government efforts have supported the expansion and upgrade of the grid, future annual wind installations will not grow as much as before and will range between 20 GW and 22 GW each year during the next decade.?
Despite China?s relatively slow market, global wind installations will continue expanding to reach 962.6 GW by end of the forecast period, driven primarily by the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.
Nagatham continues: ?There will be sustainable future growth in India, Australia, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, and Taiwan, as APAC wind installations are forecast to increase from 148.2 GW in 2014 to 437.8 GW by 2025, accounting for approximately 45.5% of the global total.
?Wind installations will also gain momentum in South and Central America, with countries including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico adding up to 45.6 GW during the forecast period. The Middle East and Africa region, which is presently at a nascent stage of wind market development, will be the other significant contributor to capacity additions,? the analyst concludes.
July 31 (SeeNews) - Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co Ltd (HKG:2208) has supplied 2,082 MW of wind turbines for projects completed in China during the first half of 2015, equal to roughly 20.6% of all newly commissioned machines countrywide.
Based on statistics by the Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA), Guodian United Power Technology Co Ltd supplied approximately 1,338 MW of turbines, ranking as the number-two supplier for the past six months. The company is part of state-owned power producer China Guodian Corp (CGC).
With 1,203 MW of equipment supplied, China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Ltd (NYSE:MY) consolidated its third position in terms of the newly installed capacity in China in January-June. Yet, when it comes to the most popular 2-MW products, the firm secured the largest market share of 16.5% among its rivals.
All in all, the Asian country?s top five sector players remained the same as in the full 2014. Details are available in the table below:
Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology
Guodian United Power Technology
China Ming Yang Wind Power Group
In the first half of 2015, China installed about 10.1 GW, marking a 40.8% year-on-year increase, according to CWEA. A total of 5,474 turbines were put into operation, including 50 offshore machines with a combined capacity of 166 MW.
With these additions, the country?s cumulative wind capacity reached 105.53 GW at end-June, according to data by the National Energy Administration (NEA). China plans to double it to 200 GW as part of its 2016-2020 five-year plan on energy.
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