Donghai Bridge Wind Farm

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Donghai Bridge Wind Farm
Donghai Bridge Wind Farm is located in China
Donghai Bridge Wind Farm
Location of Donghai Bridge Wind Farm in China
Country People's Republic of China
Location next to Donghai Bridge, Shanghai, East China Sea
Coordinates 30°46′12″N 121°59′38″E / 30.770°N 121.994°E / 30.770; 121.994Coordinates: 30°46′12″N 121°59′38″E / 30.770°N 121.994°E / 30.770; 121.994
Status Operational
Construction began July 2008
Commission date July 6, 2010
Owner(s) Shanghai Electric Group
Wind farm
Type Nearshore
Site area 14 km2 (5 sq mi)[1]
Max. water depth 7 m (23 ft)[1]
Distance from shore 9 km (6 mi)[1]
Hub height 91 m (299 ft)[1]
Rotor diameter 90 m (295 ft)[1]
Power generation
Units operational 34 × 3 MW[1]
Make and model Sinovel: SL3000/90[1]
Nameplate capacity 102 MW

The Donghai Bridge Wind Farm is a 102 MW offshore wind farm close to the Donghai Bridge, Shanghai and is capable of powering 200,000 households. It started producing and transmitting power to the mainland grid on July 6, 2010.[2] It is the first commercial offshore wind farm in China.[3]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Donghai Bridge 100 MW offshore wind power demonstration project". 4C Offshore. Retrieved 2010-12-17. 
  2. ^ "China Starts Generation at Its Largest Offshore Wind Farm, Xinmin Reports". Bloomberg. 6 July 2010. 
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-03. Retrieved 2010-01-05. 

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