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Northern Cape to develop 244MW wind energy as part of REIPPPP

In South Africa, Chinese power producer China Longyuan Power Group has received funding for the development of two wind farms in the Northern Cape Province, renewable media SeeNews reported.

On Tuesday, project financiers including Nedbank Group, South Africa-based Industrial Development Corp, China Longyuan’s parent China Guodian Corp announced the finalisation of the loan.

The two wind farms include the 100MW De Aar Phase I wind system and the 144MW De Aar Phase II North district facility.

Chinese wind power technology company Guodian United Power Technology will supply 67 and 96 wind turbines for the respective projects of 1.5MW each.

 

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