Oct 10, 2011 - Wind farm developer and operator China Longyuan Power Group Corp (HKG:0916) saw its wind power generation for September 2011 grow by 64.66% on the year to 1,043,153 MWh.
Output from other renewables was up 51.33% to 15,343 MWh, while coal power generation grew 6.95% to 930,704 MWh. Total power output for September was 1,989,200 MWh, up 31.4% in annual terms.
In the first nine months of the year, China Longyuan booked power generation of 18,582,170 MWh, up 21.56% year-on-year. Wind power brought more than half of the amount or 9,563,917 MWh.
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