China's largest coal producer working on offshore wind farm

Chinese energy company Shenhua is following through on a Greek renewables deal worth billions, with the recent announcement that an offshore wind farm of 300 MW is underway.

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China's largest coal producer, Shenhua, has begun the construction of an offshore wind farm of 300 MW. The farm is located off of Dongtai, north of Shanghai, and will generate an annual 813.5 GWh of electricity when it is complete, states the company on social media Weibo, according to Reuters.

This likely concerns the project Dongtai Four, of which Shenhua is owner.

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