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China Guodian, UPC sign 10 billion yuan wind power deals - Flashback

China Guodian Corp. and Miami, Florida-based UPC Management LLC have signed 10 billion yuan of wind power agreements, the Chinese company said on its website today. The companies will develop seven wind power projects with capacity exceeding 1,075 megawatts in total, according to the statement.


US reaches major business agreements with China - Flashback

Guodian said the UPC and the United States in the field of wind power a wide range of strategic cooperation. Under the agreement, the two sides will jointly develop, build and operate over 1075 MW of total installed capacity of wind power projects of cooperation. UPC officially entered China in 2006, currently in China's 12 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions, development and construction of 24 projects. As of the end of 2010, UPC in the territory of China's wind power installed capacity reached 150 MW.


China's Sany Electric completes first wind power project in Texas - Flashback

The 10MW pilot project, consisting of five 2MW turbines in the windy Texas Panhandle.  It is located near Ralls, a village near Lubbock.  The power is being sold to the utility Xcel.  The project uses the companies SE8720IIIE turbines, with Chinese partner AVIC International. The development was bought from American Seawind, a local developer.


GE's Jeff Immelt with Charlie Rose on China.