News Summary:

  • Shandong “12thFive-Year Plan” wind projects status
  • Hebei abolishes 12 wind projects totaling 631MW
  • SPIC and CGDC sign strategic cooperation agreement
  • State Grid publishes 2018 Social Responsibility Report
  • NDRC approves four coal-mining projects

 

 

Shandong “12thFive-Year Plan” wind projects status

Following National Energy Administration (NEA) requirements, the Shandong Energy Bureau reviewed the status of wind power projects since the “12th Five-Year Plan” in various cities:

  1. Projects that have been approved but have not been built withinthe project construction period: 1,7783MW
  2. Projects that have been incorporated into the annual construction plan during the “12th Five-Year Plan” period, but failed to be completed as required: 1,3349MW
  3. Projects that have been incorporated into the annual construction plan during the “13th Five-Year Plan” period, but failed to be completed as required: 260MW
  4. Projects that have been approved but have not yet started construction, wherein the project owner promises to continue construction: 6,280MW
    (
    Shandong energy bureau)

Shandong overdue projects distribution(MW)

Hebei abolishes 12 wind projects totaling 631MW

Hebei has published the status of wind power projects in the province since the “12thFive-Year Plan” as follows:

  1. Projects that have been approved but have failed to begin construction within the allotted two-year period and did not apply for extension: 286MW
  2. Projects that have been included in the “12thFive-Year Construction Plan” but have not been processed or approved: 195MW
  3. Projects that have been included in the “13thFive-Year Construction Plan” but have not been processed or approved: 150MW
  4. Projects that have been approved but have not begun construction: 4,305MW
    (HBDRC)

 

SPIC and CGDC sign strategic cooperation agreement

State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) andChina Energy(CHN ENERGY) have signed an agreement to deepen strategic cooperation in key areas such as technological innovation, renewable energy, nuclear energy utilization, traditional energy, overseas projects and regional asset optimization. (SPIC)

In 2018, SPIC accounted for 48.92% of all clean energy installation, ranking first among the four major power generation groups. In particular, SPIC’s solar installed capacity reached 15.37GW, remaining the global industry leader.

 

 

State Grid publishes 2018 Social Responsibility Report

According to the State Grid 2018 Social Responsibility Report, clean energy inter-provincial transaction volume reached 437.3 TWh, up 7% year-on-year (YOY), accounting for 45.2% of inter-provincial power trading. (SGCC)

 

 

NDRC approves four coal-mining projects

The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has approved four coal-mining projects in a move to ensure a stable supply of energy, optimize the structure of the coal industry and promote the integration of coal, electricity and heat. The total construction scale of these four projects is 26 million t/a. (NDRC)