Shanghai Electric's Offshore Wind Turbine Generator Designed for China's Climate Rolls off Production Line
Shanghai Electric Wind Power Group Co., Ltd.'s (Shanghai Electric) first EW8.X-230 wind turbine generator rolled off the production line at the Putian manufacturing facility, representing a new milestone in China's offshore wind power parity market.
June 27, 2022. By News Bureau
Shanghai Electric Wind Power Group Co., Ltd.'s (Shanghai Electric) first EW8.X-230 wind turbine generator rolled off the production line at the Putian manufacturing facility on June 10, representing a new milestone in China's offshore wind power parity market.
Based on the Poseidon platform, the EW8.X-230 is a generator designed for the medium-low wind speeds normally experienced just above the sea surface off the Chinese shoreline, as well as the different stresses placed on the equipment dependent on wind direction.
Despite the average low wind speeds, the generator provides a cost-effective solution for the utilization of wind as an energy resource to drive the development of wind farms and allow China to meet the targets of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality as we enter the era of offshore parity.
Incorporating Shanghai Electric's 10 years of experience with offshore platforms, the Poseidon platform is known for its advanced blade design, reliable paddle and yaw system, efficient and low energy consumption cooling system, as well as optimal electrical system.
The company's proven production, transportation and maintenance solutions also provide a solid foundation for the reliability of the platform. With the highly integrated new-generation semi-direct drive chain technology from Shanghai Electric, the platform delivers a significant reduction in kilowatt-hour costs across the whole life cycle of wind farms.
Based on an average annual wind speed of 7.5 meters per second, the system can generate 28 million kWh annually, meeting the annual electricity demand of 14,500 households while reducing coal consumption by nearly 10,000 tons and carbon dioxide emissions by 24,000 tons.
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